The concept, designed and manufactured for Hong Kong-based electric vehicle (EV) firm Hybrid Kinetic Group (HKG), appears to be a sedan-style vehicle, complete with new-age infotainment technology.
Developed as part of a 65 million euro ($89.63 million) trade agreement between the two companies, the H600 will be one of two Pininfarina-designed vehicles to be revealed at the Geneva event, the other being a supercar concept for startup firm Fittipaldi Motors for the Sony PlayStation Vision Gran Turismo project.
Technical details of the H600 are still unknown, though an electrified powertrain of some sort is expected - the large front grille suggests a petrol-electric hybrid system is most likely.
Inside, the sole image of the H600's dashboard shows a large central infotainment screen and a fully-digital driver's instrument cluster, along with a leather-wrapped flat-bottom steering wheel and wood trim on the door.
Pininfarina's partnership with HKC will last for 46 months, and will support the "development of an electric car from the styling concept and development of the vehicle to the engineering development and virtual and physical validation for series production".
Stay tuned to CarAdvice for our coverage of the Geneva motor show next month.