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Italian design house Pininifarina announced a new “eco-sustainable” concept car will be presented at the Geneva Motor Show. Called the H600, this luxury sedan was created and manufactured by Pininfarina for the Hong Kong-based Hybrid Kinetic Group. The release touted this one-off with apparent production intent as being a "perfect combination of pure design and eco-friendly technology." Wearing a Hybrid Kinetic Group badge, the H600 Concept features a “new energy propulsion” system which is rumored to be some sort of electric drive, although whether that power formula only encompasses a battery or also a hydrogen fuel cell remains to be seen.

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The Pininfarina stand in Geneva also will host the global reveal of a new limited-edition supercar, the EF7. Crafted in concert with former Formula One driving champion Emerson Fittipaldi and his Fittipaldi Motors operation as well as German race engineering consultants HWA, this radically styled carbon fiber exercise also is slated to become part of the vehicle roster in Sony Play Station’s Gran Turismo game.

More Concept Vehicles:

The Audi e-tron Quattro Concept previews the upcoming Q6 crossover

Jaguar I-Pace Concept – Stunning ZEV SUV expected in 2018

Subaru Viziv-7 Concept previews new midsize SUV for 2018


 

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