Hybrid Kinetic H600: Expected 2020 Launch; Electric Sedan To Spell Luxury

Mar 22, 2017 04:00 AM EDT | Lasitha

Hybrid Kinetic Group has a trick up its sleeve. The H600 hybrid luxury sedan is definitely a very beautiful car. But there is much more to the vehicle than just being pretty.

It is now officially announced that the H600 hybrid luxury sedan will start production in 2019 or 2020. This news was revealed by the board member Carter Yeung. It is also stated that the prototype that was shown at the Geneva Motor Show is almost 85 to 90 percent similar to how the actual car will look like. The concept car that was revealed at Geneva was simply stunning.

Hybrid Kinetic Group is planning to build the H600 at a plant in China. Before the production commences, Pininfarina will do a trial run in Italy to make sure everything is in order. It is reported that the company is planning to produce over 200,000 vehicles of the model in the next 5 to 10 years, reported Auto Blog.

It is expected that the H600 hybrid luxury sedan will start production very soon. It is revealed that the car will have the popular all-wheel-drive. The HK H600 will be powered by electric motors. It has an onboard microturbine range extender. This can top up the batteries on the go. What's amazing about it is that it produces more than 800 horsepower, reported Digital Trends.

The top speed of the car is stated at 155 miles per hour. It is reported that it can zoom from 0-60 in under 3 seconds.

It is not a secret anymore that the H600 hybrid luxury sedan targets Tesla Model S as its competitor. The company also views Mercedes-Benz as a future competitor.

It is expected that the H600 hybrid luxury sedan will not only be known for the good looks that the car possess. It will spell luxury and will also be loaded with specifications to die for!

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