Pininfarina has a habit of revealing pretty cars at the Geneva Motor Show, and this year is no different. This is the HK GT, a gullwing-equipped eco-focused coupe built in collaboration with the Hybrid Kinetic Group, a tech brand based in Hong Kong.
Pininfarina doesn't go into much detail about specs, other than that the HK GT is powered by batteries, and comes equipped with a range extender and an "electrical controller." The main attraction, of course, is the styling.
The HK GT looks sort of Mercedes-esque from the front, with a grille that incorporates the headlights and Hybrid Kinetic Group badge. In true GT fashion, the roof slopes down towards the rear, leading to a sharpened rear end. The huge gullwing doors open to reveal a 2+2 seating arrangement, showing screens for both the driver and passenger.
There's no official word on if the HK GT will reach production, but seeing the —the hydrogen-powered supercar Pininfarina showed last year—got the green light, there could be a real future in store for this car.