The signature of Hong Kong’s Hybrid Kinetic Group commissioned to Pininfarina the design of a vehicle aimed at the luxury that was presented at the Geneva motor show under the designation H600.
Pininfarina took two prototypes to the Geneva motor show. One of them is the sports Fittipaldi EF7 that since we spoke to you a few days ago and the second is the H600, a saloon hybrid luxury developed for the signature of Hong-Kong Hybrid Kinetic Group.
With an exterior design that seems to have borrowed some of the design of the latest models of Maserati, the Hybrid Kinetic H600 is presented with a body made of aluminum, 5.20 meters long and 2 meters wide, with soft lines and flowing lines. The front account with a few LED headlights slim design and a grill of large dimensions with bars curves.
The H600 designed by Pininfarina stands out for its spacious interior and focused in the luxury. In the center console is placed a large screen of the infotainment system, while the instrumentation is entirely digital. The seats combine leather in brown color, the metal and wood, a combination that gives the H600 a own aspect of the 1970s.
The car uses a hybrid system of which you have not specified too much detail as there it is made by ‘electric motors’ and a ‘microturbina’ that is used to supply power to the electric motors. The system develops a power output of more than 800 HP (600 kW), which allows you to accelerate from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in 2.9 seconds, a maximum speed of 240 km/h and an autonomy of over 1,000 kilometres.