And we get the first Stateside look.
The sleek coupe was first shown off at the Auto Shanghai show in April, but will be on display for Concours d’Elegance guests.
The electric hypercar was named after Pininfarina founder Battista Farina.
Will the future include wireless charging in your garage? McLaren thinks so.
The Swiss watchmaker has unveiled its latest collaboration with Pininfarina in a new metal limited to just 10 pieces.
Think of it as the Monza SP2 of the 2000s, but more exclusive since only one exists.
With roughly 2,000 hp and a projected top speed near 250 mph, the zero-emissions monster could cost as much as $2.5 million.