Of late, the motoring worlds ever-shifting landscape makes it difficult to align what you want, from what you should want. Step forward Pininfarina, who has cooked up a four-seat, butterfly-doored hybrid capable of 0-100kph in 2.7s.Its called the HK GT, and before you get all gooey – if that is indeed what you get – its designed for the Asian markets. Still, it covers modern ground\: electric drivetrain from a Chinese start-up? Check. Classic Italian Gran Turismo design flourishes? Check. Mad, motor-show friendly door arrangement? Check and check.Well let you decide on the end result, but its a fine looking thing; long, sculpted bonnet flowing over to a gently descending rear. And of course, gullwing doors.The chassis is made from aluminium, and underneath youll find 38KWh of super batteries, four independent permanent magnet motors and a two speed transmission. Theres torque vectoring, regenerative braking, and the choice of three range extenders\: a microturbine generator, hydrogen fuel cell, or good old fashioned internal combustion.Total power stands at 1,073bhp, and as such, this 5m long electric HK is capable of that rocket-like acceleration figure, and a top speed of 347kph flat out. Not too shabby, right? In pure electric mode itll do 160km, or well over 1000km with a range extender.Though, this might dip should you flip it into race mode. Doesnt alter the powertrain, but merely puts you in the mood to tear it up\: the interior gets red lighting, and the dash display only gives Very Important Information. Cruise provides a calming, blue light signature inside, and information sharing between all passengers. Driving information, you understand, otherwise thatd be weird.Have a look inside, too\: all animated door panels this and large touch screens that. Very modern. No word on price, nor production quantities. But it does showcase Pininfarinas ongoing collaboration with the Hybrid Kinetic Group, and its coming along nicely…Elsewhere on the Pininfarina stand, youll find the H2 Speed. Weve already seen it – a couple of years ago – but this is the final production version. Only 12 models of this hydrogen racing car will be built, featuring a carbon, LMP-evolved chassis, a hydrogen powertrain with four electric race motors (653bhp), carbon brakes and torque vectoring.Nice.