Inspired by an amalgam of graceful curves, fluid lines and defining profiles create an energetic and emotional design language. A dynamic infusion of Karmas California inspiration with powerful Italian Dolce Vita influence.
The Southern California-based manufacturer of electric cars is especially proud of the fact that usually Pininfarina reserves the GT (Gran Turismo) designation for only its most exceptional in-house creations and this project marks the first time in its history that Pininfarina graced a collaborative project with its GT.
Designers at the Turin-based studio have created a completely new body and interior, which offer an alternative design interpretation." Nearly every exterior panel has a new shape and thats especially true at the front. Gone there is the single large opening in the bumper which is replaced by two smaller aerodynamic openings. The lights have completely different shape and size, and are located at a slightly lower position compared to the production Revero GT.
Designers also clearly work on differentiating the front end as it has unique headlight clusters and a very aggressive front bumper design that comes complete with a small splitter. Attention has been paid inside too, and the Pininfarina GT Coupe looks nothing like the Revero donor car inside. In fact, it looks like a proper, well-appointed, hand-crafted Italian grand tourer.
The interior design is basically the same as the Revero/Karma, albeit with new materials and some special emblems, including Pininfarina emblems stitched into the seats.