When it reaches production – if it reaches production – the all-wheel-drive HK H600 will be powered by electric motors, along with an on-board microturbine range extender that can top up the batteries on the go. That's a pretty high-tech setup, and it produces more than 800 horsepower. Top speed is listed at 155 miles per hour, and the 0-60 time is under 3 seconds. In addition to targeting the Tesla Model S, Yeung points at Mercedes-Benz as a future competitor.
HK plans to build the H600 at a plant in China, but first, Pininfarina will do a trial run in Italy to make sure everything is in order. "Well over" 200,000 vehicles are planned within the next 5 to 10 years, Yeung told Automotive News. That's admittedly a pretty big window, but still, at least it's a target.