After presenting a design model to buyers at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, Automobili Pininfarina has released an image of its upcoming PF0 hypercar.
The shot shows the rear-end design of the Rimac-based model, set to be revealed fully at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show and delivered to customers in 2020.
Rumoured to be based on Rimac's latest EV platform, the fledgling car maker claims that the PF0 will be capable of getting from standstill to 62mph in "less than two seconds" and go on to crack the 300kph (186mph) barrier. Despite this, the car is said to have "a potential zero-emissions range of up to 500km (310 miles)".
A new sketch has also been unveiled, previewing the car's design from the rear, while a video (below) shows company chairman Paolo Pininfarina describing the car's long-awaited launch as part of "an American dream".
The PF0 is the first production car solely branded as Pininfarina from the renowned Italian design house. A maximum of 150 examples will be produced and sold globally after it launches in 2020. It'll act as a halo product, being the first of several all-electric models in Automobili Pininfarina's product plan.
The confirmation of a Pebble Beach debut was released alongside sketches of the PF0's interior, showing a minimalist and driver-focused layout for the two-seater. Further details have yet to be revealed, but the production car will be priced to compete with the hypercar elite, including the Bugatti Chiron.