Pininfarina has teased the HK GT ahead of its official unveiling at the Geneva motor show this March.
As you’d expect, the images published on social media doesn’t give much away. It provides a sneak peek at the top of the car, revealing a two-door body and slimline cameras built into the bodywork in place of side mirrors.
Inside, you can expect a cabin trimmed in a combination of suede and leather, complete with some expensive wood trim on the centre console.
Under the skin, we already know the HK GT will be pure-electric. HK does, after all, stand for Hybrid Kinetic Group – a Hong Kong-based firm specialising in electric vehicle tech, including batteries and motors.
Pininfarina will supply its considerable styling nous (not to mention its wind tunnel) to the project, in an attempt to develop a “masterpiece combining stylistic research with environmental sustainability”.
There aren’t any pricing or spec details available for the HK GT at this point, but we’ll keep you updated from the floor of the Geneva motor show.