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Pininfarina H600 Concept is a Geneva-Bound Hybrid Sedan

Will debut alongside Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo

Ed Tahaney
Feb 27, 2017

Pininfarina is teasing a new hybrid luxury sedan called the H600 "with new energy propulsion" ahead of the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.

The Italian design house, now owned by Mahindra of Mumbai, India, is tight-lipped on other details about the concept car other than that it sports "eco-friendly technology."

It was designed for the Hybrid Kinetic Group, an electric vehicle company based in Hong Kong.

Pininfarina H600 Concept 660x371 Photo 2/6   |   Pininfarina H600 Concept

No other information has been released about the hybrid vehicle aside from the teaser photos, but it's probably safe to assume it will be powered by a combination of an electric motor and gas engine.

The hybrid sedan wears slim LED headlights and a wide, elegant grille with curving bars above its bulging hood. Around back the four-door sports a long red light kit surrounded in chrome that stretches across the top of the trunk lid.

Pininfarina H600 Concept Rear 660x371 Photo 3/6   |   Pininfarina H600 Concept Rear

Inside the H600 luxury concept offers a chunky, leather-wrapped steering wheel with a flat bottom, digital dash, huge touch screen, and an analog clock for its driver.

Also Geneva-bound is the Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo by Pininfarina and Emerson Fittipaldi. The racing champion infused his track knowledge into the development of the supercar, which will also be available in the Gran Turismo video game series on PlayStation.

More details on both automobiles will be revealed on March 7 at the Geneva Motor Show. Stay tuned

Source: Pininfarina

 

 

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