The Battista was released with Level 3 autonomous driving ability, this includes automatic emergency braking and lane-keeping assistance however the advanced system will be capable of a higher autonomy level when regulation allows it.
The cockpit in the Battista is fitted with three digital interfaces. A symmetrical setup with dual screens, one either side of the steering wheel. The left screen is home to the 5 driving modes, car setup and driving information. The centre screen is very minimal only indicating the speed, the selected driver mode, range and remaining battery charge. The right screen gives access to the navigation and entertainment system. In order to future proof itself the software is capable of remotely updating itself to keep the experience current.
Unique to the experience in the Battista is its bespoke soundscape, tuned to create an emotional reaction for occupants it has a core low rumbling frequency of 54hz, with organic frequency that is a multiple of 432 Hz — known as 'Verdi’s A,' conceived by famous Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi.
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