Full electric hyper car
The excellence of Italian craftsmanship meets revolutionary, eco-sustainable discoveries to materialize into 4 axial-flow motors with 660KW power: Fv-Frangivento, the first Made in Italy, fully electric hypercar.
“It is dedicated to the Riviera and to equitation. I have accomplished a dream: to have completely designed a car, exterior and interior.
After 15 years of designing cars for foreign companies, my wish was to make a fully Italian product. Thanks to new electrical technology, the architecture and entire car design was called into question. Charlotte is the result”, tells Giorgio Pirolo, the sole inventor of the design.
A fierce design, with sophisticated velvety lines, foretells of a warm encounter with those who have the honor of being welcomed. Almost like a modern loft, featuring Mediterranean shades, among light effects that recreate the reflections of unexplored sea beds, from Sparco seats to the door panels, leaving room for high-quality materials mounted by Modena Interior.
Other features include renowned 3W Tout Bois wood, exclusive leather by Atelier Foglizzo 1921, together with jewels from Zampieri 1828 of Padua for silver buttons, and finally, a Venetian Moretto on a suspended part of the car.
“In the interior, we find the swan and the shark, and in the exterior, the horse through its elegance that breaks free in a race.The call immediately goes to Monte Carlo and the Monegasque heritage that conserves this discipline. (…)
Thus is born an iconic silouette, wrapped around a single line, going around the entire car from the rear wheel towards the front, almost like trying to reproduce the Jump”, concludes the creator, Pirolo.
At one year since the launch of the brand Fv-Frangivento, the second model had its world premier at Top Marques in Monte Carlo in April:
CHARLOTTE ROADSTER.“I am very satisfied with my team’s work”, says co-founder Paolo Mancini,“we were really challenged by Giorgio’s diverse and original requests; a complex challenge against time and constantly searching for perfection.
But this has given us the opportunity to overcome our limits and our building technologies”. The elite supercar features a sharp silhouette and avant-garde quality that explode in aluminum pieces with aeronautical materials, while the exterior is hand-beaten following the antique Torinese tradition of panel beating. Praise for its high excellence has come from distinguished names, including Fabio Lamborghini from the namesake car company, and Prince Albert II of Monaco, the first to “sink” into the floating depths of the Charlotte Roadster.
Author: Chiara Melani