Another design house, Italy’s Fioravanti, plans to showcase a brand new concept car at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show dubbed the Hidra. The new design is for a five-door coupe and is being presented to mark Fioravanti’s 20th anniversary. What’s quickly proving to be the theme of this year’s show, the new Hidra has been designed to showcase next-generation alternative energy powertrains and flexible vehicle architectures.

The Hidra is described as a “sporty multi-functional vehicle" or MPC (Multi Purposes Coupe). Inside there’s space for four and what designers are calling a "revolutionary patented solution for the glass surfaces." The Fioravanti studio was founded 20 years ago by Leonardo Fioravanti, a former Pininfarina designer whose previous collaborations include vehicles such as the Ferrari Daytona, Ferrari Dino, Ferrari 512 Berlinetta Boxer, the Ferrari 308 GTB, and the Ferrari 288 GTO.

Other studios presenting new concept cars at this year’s Geneva Motor Show include Pininfarina with its Sintesi Concept, Bertone with the Alfa Romeo B.A.T. 11 and even Turin’s IED design school with the Maserati Chicane Concept.