The Pininfarina Cambiano concept has finally been revealed in detail at the Geneva Motor Show following a long teaser campaign and eventual leak.

The Pininfarina Cambiano concept has finally been revealed in detail at the Geneva Motor Show following a long teaser campaign and eventual leak.

The concept is a luxury sports saloon-coupe that draws inspiration from 1957 Lancia Florida II. The unconventional layout places a single door on the driver's side, but on the passenger side there are two doors that open from the center with no central pillar.

Notable styling highlights include headlights incorporated into the grille and flared wheel arches. The grille also incorporates an air inlet opening for the turbo while the LED front headlights are simple "blocks" of pure crystalline light. The tail lights and side indicators are almost intangible as only the glowing light reflects on the surface of the bodywork. The roof is a solid glass panel.

The four-seat cabin is elegantly equipped with premium leather seats, flat wood floor and illuminated accents. There's also a digital instrument cluster, an infotainment system and an analog clock which resembles a wristwatch.

Power comes from a range-extended electric drivetrain which consists of four 82 HP (60 kW / 80 bhp) electric motors and a small diesel engine that acts as a generator to recharge its batteries. This setup enables the 1,700 kg (3,748 lb) concept to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 4.2 seconds, hit a top speed of 275 km/h (186 mph) and travel more than 200 km (124 miles).

Check out the press release below for a full design analysis.

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Pininfarina Cambiano Concept revealed in Geneva