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Hybrid Kinetic H600 EV

The Hybrid Kinetic H600 EV uses range extension technology, very much like the BMW i3 REx does. Funny enough the Hybrid Kinetic H600 EV’s doors even mimic the BMW i3’s clamshell doors. Did Hybrid Kinetic not read the reviews that the doors are very impractical and a hassle to operate in parking bays? Copying from other’s seems to be the defining characteristic of the latest entrant to the electric vehicle market from China. The H600 EV’s nose resembles that of a cross between the iconic Ford Mustang muscle car and a Ferrari while the rear that of a European luxury sedan.

The H600 EV is designed by Italian auto styling company, Pininfarina known for designing Ferrari’s,  in a deal worth $68.7 million over a 46 month period.

The H600 EV’s specifications look more like a wish. It specifies a battery with 300Wh/kg which should be compared to Tesla’s 250Wh/kg. Sure in 2020 that will be the norm, but in early 2017 it’s not the norm.

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2020

Hybrid Kinetic H600 EV

30kWh Graphene Battery providing 50C charging rate = an unbelievable achievement in today’s terms

MicroTurbine power generator, 40% efficiency from various fuel types, 60kW weighing 91kg

e Range – N/A

Total Range 620 mile / 1,000km

4 Electric motors (all-wheel drive with torque vectoring) providing over 600kW

Power 804hp

Acceleration 0 – 60mph in under 3 seconds

Top Speed 155mph / 250kmh

The Hybrid Kinetic H600 EV in the news

2017 Week 12 - Hybrid Kinetic plans to produce H600 by 2020

Chinese electric vehicle company Hybrid Kinetic is planning to launch it’s H600 electric luxury sedan by 2020, reports Automotive News, citing the company’s board member Carter Yeung. The company is expected to first launch the H600 new energy vehicle in Chian and the USA.

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