Pininfarina will reveal two concepts at this year’s Beijing Motor Show, which are part of its collaboration with Hong Kong-based Hybrid Kinetic Group (HKG). We’ve already been shown the H500 previously, so here’s the other one, the K350.

The four-seat SUV joins the previously revealed K550 and K750, and judging by its name, it should be the most compact in the line-up. However, it certainly appears to be a rather sleek-looking vehicle based on the provided teasers, one catered for a more youthful audience.

Compared to its siblings, the K350 features a sloping roofline that leads into a Lexus NX-like C-pillar, more muscular fenders and a two-tone exterior paintjob. Even so, the compact SUV should retain familiar cues seen on its other family members like the trademark front grille and slender lighting units.

As for the interior, it looks rather futuristic with plenty of fancy materials on show as you would expect on the concept. The rear armrest is an interesting piece of design, and there also appears to be controls for rear passengers to access some of the car’s systems. Of course, not everything you see here will make it to production, as is the case with most concepts.

Like a lot of the other concepts coming out from the Pininfarina-HKG partnership, the K350 will share the same range extender hybrid powertrain as the H500 sedan. The powertrain is said to use a turbine to generate electricity to keep the batteries fed.

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