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Pininfarina today revealed the first sketch of the Sintesi Concept that will be unveiled in five weeks at the Geneva Motor Show. The Sintesi (meaning "summary" in Italian) is a perfect combination of sportiness and functionality.

Pininfarina Sintesi first sketch

It is the natural heir to the last two Pininfarina prototypes: Birdcage 75th and Nido.

The Sintesi project has been inspired by the sportiness and innovative styling, the use and the testing of new technologies evident in the Birdcage 75th, shown at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show.

More about the Concept after the jump.

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