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Friday, July 27, 2018

Techrules Ren, a Chinese hybrid supercar with Italian tasted

Techrules is one of China's supercar manufacturers, recently at the Geneva Motor Show 2017 has debuted by exhibiting the first series of hybrid supercars produced by it and named "Techrules Ren".
2018 Techrules Ren has debuted at 2017 Geneva Motor Show. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2mzpNkl)
This supercar has inspired from a space ship design to produce an efficient aerodynamic effect. This high-performance electric car also adopts three-seater design on a modular cockpit designed by the Italian automotive designers named Fabrizio and Giorgetto Giugiaro. On each seat also embedded three monitors and microphones to improve communication between passengers, while the driver can talk to anyone who is outside through the speakers.
Front view of 2018 Techrules Ren. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2mzpNkl)
At a glance the exterior of this supercar looks like a fighter jet that accentuates a futuristic element such as laser headlight and starburst formatted LED lights. As for the chassis, this supercar uses a lightweight material and is designed with the highest standards by Gianetti (a motorsport specialist from Turin).
2018 Techrules Ren has three seats in a modular cockpit. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2mzpNkl)
This high-performance electric car offers three configuration options, namely two, four and six electric motors with patented Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle (TREV). Where for the configuration that uses six electric motors (two electric motors on the front and four motors on the rear), it can generate 1,287 horsepower which allows the supercar to accelerate from 0-100 kph in just 2.5 seconds with the highest speed of 320 kph.
Interior view of 2018 Techrules Ren. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2mzpNkl)
While other versions are more benign, available options with 858 horsepower that uses four electric motors and 429 horsepower that uses two electric motors. The power source that distributes electricity to all motors comes from a battery with a capacity of 14 kWh, 25 kWh and 32 kWh. This battery can be charged up to 80 percent in less than 15 minutes by using a DC fast charger with a lifespan of 100,000 cycles.
Rear three quarter view of 2018 Techrules Ren. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2mzpNkl)
For the TREV itself is available in two choices ie 30 kW and 80 kW, where the most economical option can travel a distance of 2,000 km by consuming 80 liters of fuel. Meanwhile, when driving on the emissions-free mode, Ren can travel as far as 200 km. Techrules also says that TREV is more efficient when driven by using diesel fuel, but it could be use gas too.
"Thanks to the unique modular design of the Ren's chassis and powertrain, we have the perfect vehicle figure to deliver the most efficient TREV technology, according to customer demand," said William Jin, CEO of Techrules, as quoted from the company's official website. "Techrules introduces a luxury electric powered supercar with great performance that is dynamic and greener and more comfortable than anything else on the market today," he continued.

Furthermore Techrules estimates that the production phase will begin in 2018. And as many as 96 units will be built in Italy, but no more than 10 units will be made per year, but there's no official pricing info available. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | EVO | TOPSPEED]
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