Pininfarina H600 concept preview before Geneva

The Pininfarina H600 has been previewed ahead of its reveal at the Geneva motor show with the Hybrid Kinetic Group.

The Italian design house, which is believed to lay out a production EV sports car, has designed and manufactured the concept of Hong Kong-based electric vehicle (EV) of the company as part of a new collaboration technique, which is a value of over £55 million euros.

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There is No technical information has been released, but an electric or gasoline-electric drivetrain is expected. The inclusion of a large front grille, with 10 curved slats and extends inside of slim headlamps, suggests that the latter is likely.

An image of the car’s dashboard shows a central information and entertainment with touch-screen digital display of the instrument cluster and flat-bottom steering wheel. The cabin sees two leather and wood trim.

Pininfarina CEO Silvio Pietro Angori said “Hybrid Kinetic has decided to cooperate with the Pininfarina Group thanks to the set of skills and technologies in the field of sustainable mobility that we have developed over several years.

“This agreement confirms the primacy of our Company in the world of automotive, the design and production of small series, in a time of great change in the automotive world”.

Pininfarina and Hong Kong-based Hybrid Kinetic Group of the association shall have a duration of 46 months. Among the company’s Hong Kong portfolio is an electric bus and a car that can be fueled with bio-alcohol, natural gas and propane.

Pininfarina, which was acquired by Indian automotive giant Mahindra last year, also displayed a sports car concept in Geneva developed with the Formula 1 champion and Indy 500 winner Emerson Fittipaldi.