Pininfarina has revealed its latest joint project with Hong Kong-based Hybrid Kinetic Group - a 792bhp 2+2 coupé with gullwing doors.
Like the previous concepts, badged K550 and K750 for the two SUVs and H600 for the saloon, the HK GT has a micro-turbine generator acting as a range extender. The previous concepts’ ranges were quoted at around 621 miles.
The HK GT’s battery is only a 20kWh unit - a fifth of the size of a Tesla Model S P100D’s – but the range is made up by the micro-turbine range extender. Hybrid Kinetic claims this runs at 40% electric efficiency, with 90% lower emissions than the US grid and 80% lower than EU6 internal combustion-engined cars.
Four motors connected to two-speed transmissions power all four wheels, although rear bias is the norm for the car given its selective four-wheel drive. Regenerative braking also factors into its total range.
An aluminium chassis keeps weight down to 1860kg - 379kg less than the Tesla Model S P100D. Outwardly, the HK GT is 23mm shorter than the Mercedes-Benz S-Class coupé but sits around 50mm lower and is 98mm wider.