To celebrate the 80th anniversary of Pininfarina, the company has now unveiled the Nido electric vehicle prototype. This new vehicle has been designed and built-in-house very well that highlights two seats, a tubular steel frame, an electric motor with 30 kW and 125 Nm of torque, and a Zebra Z5 Ni-NaCl battery that is 100 percent recyclable.
This European electric vehicle will have a weight of about 900 kg and will accelerate from 0 to 60 km/h in just 6.7 seconds prior to the topping out an electronically limited 120 km/h. Even though this car has not won the tributes at the track, but still it has a range of 140 kilometres and can be recharged within 8-hours. Apart from the noticeable greeniness of the powertrain, the car teams up with the green Pirelli tires as well as a climate control system, which then reduces the usage of electricity. The car is using a tubular steel frame and also a modular floorpan, which can accommodate two passengers.
The Nido EV has a weight of up to 900 kg and features a Zebra Z5 Ni-NaCl recyclable battery. It also features an electric motor that mounts from rear. With this, the car has some of the other eco-friendly solutions like an electric air conditioning compressor and a high voltage electric heater, which are associated to a power efficiency system. Well, this is a set of Pirelli green tires. In the future, the platform of Nido will highlight four different vehicles. They are:
• A two-seater
• A 2+2
• A pickup
• A light van
Apart from Nido EV, the other forthcoming model will be a hybrid, which will come with an endothermic engine, and will be positioned at the front. The electrical engine is placed at the rear. Well, the third vehicle will be an EV. Both the versions will be a little larger as compared to the Nido and will seat four passengers.