Pininfarina has highlighted the top of the Cambiano concept in the latest teaser image of the car that's set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Pininfarina's Cambiano could attract auto show onlookers checking out other debuts like Infiniti's electric concept and the 2013 Porsche Boxster.
The newest image of the Pininfarina Cambiano concept shows an interesting web-like design for sections of a glass roof. The center stack of controls appears to be canted toward the driver (always a good thing) and the area behind the rear seat seems to be covered in a large expanse of wood trim. The Cambiano's smooth curves are consistent with the other two teaser images, one of an LED headlight and the other depicting the top of a wheel well. Previously, it wasn't apparent whether the vehicle was a coupe or sedan, but the latest photo clearly shows the door cut-line of a two-door. Little else is currently known about the powertrain or mechanicals of the concept.
Pininfarina's latest concept takes its name from the Italian municipality of Cambiano, where the company has been headquartered since 1982. The year 2012 marks the 30th anniversary of the Pininfarina Styling Center's opening and the 10th anniversary of the Pininfarina Engineering Center.
Pininfarina claims the Cambiano concept will showcase the company's design and engineering abilities, so don't be surprised to see all-electric or hybrid powertrain technology featured.
We'll bring you all the news on the Pininfarina Cambiano concept as we approach the opening of the Geneva Motor Show in March.