Two massive gullwing doors highlight the electric sedan.
A teaser image of the Pininfarina HK GT has been released ahead of the concept's debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
Penned by Italian designery Pininfarina, there is one key feature on the sedan that's impossible to miss. It has two huge gullwing doors, so big that they span the length of the cabin and serve as the ingress-egress points for both the front and rear seats. It raises the question, can it even be called a sedan if it only has two doors?
The rest of the car has a long hood, short deck profile in line with contemporary luxury sedans. The front end looks like it has some muscular sculpting in the hood, while the rear deck has a slight spoiler.
The HK GT is the result of another partnership between Pininfarina and the Hybrid Kinetic Group, a Hong-Kong-based firm that makes batteries and electric motors for EVs. At last year's Geneva Motor Show, they debuted their first collaboration, the H600.
Little else is known about the HK GT. No details about its powertrain have been provided, but if going by the H600's specs, expect 800 electric horsepowers. That car had a claimed 0-62 time of 2.9 seconds and a range of 621 miles.