Several car manufacturers are working on new hypercars that will prove that high-performance cars can be all-electric as well. Pininfarina, the Italian brand best known for designing Ferraris, is one such company. Automobil Pininfarina is a spin-off of the iconic design house and it now released some teasers of the PFO, its first production car that will hit 250 miles per hour despite being all-electric.

Automobili Pininfarina CEO Michael Perschke told The Verge that the company’s first car is going to have a range of 300 miles on a single charge and that it will take between 10 to 15 minutes to charge the car’s battery up to 80 percent. It’s said to be a true hypercar in that the PFO is claimed to go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in under two seconds.

The teaser images released so far show a two-sweater carbon fiber-based curvaceous design with sweeping glass. It also appears to have a single ribbon of light across the entire front end. The PFO will first be unveiled as a concept car at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show and the company is planning to start delivering it to customers in the second half of 2020.

It’s not going to be cheap as the PFO is likely to be priced around $2 million. It will begin taking orders for the car later this summer when it shows off a prototype to certain groups at the Monterey Car Week.

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