The Chinese brand Techrules presented the final production design of its hybrid super sports car Ren RS, a lighter, high-performance variant of the Techrules Ren which was first presented at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show.
The Ren RS incorporates Techrules' revolutionary Turbine Recharging Electric Vehicle (TREV) system. The hybrid powertrain offers unprecedented levels of efficiency and performance, using advanced micro-turbine technology for extremely low environmental impact.
This aeronautical-inspired vehicle stands out for having a single-person cabin and some modifications that seek to improve aerodynamic and cooling efficiency. The lightweight carbon fiber monocoque chassis was reinforced and configured for racing use by the renowned stuntman. LM Gianetti, from Turin, who also developed the new elements after a thorough aerodynamic analysis.
The modular chassis design allows for a wide variety of powertrain configurations to provide the range and performance required by the customer. The reference version, with a high-power 28,4 kWh lithium-ion polymer battery and two engines at the front and four at the rear, offers a maximum power of 960 kW (1.287 hp) with a range 1.170 km on 80 liters of diesel.
As a consequence of these technical data, the most powerful Ren RS will fly from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3 seconds, at a maximum speed of 330 km / h, offering a unique combination of top performance, brutal power and unmatched efficiency.
This super sports car will be available for track use only and will be distributed very exclusively within two years. Techrules is in talks with potential international automotive partners to form strategic alliances to help produce and launch vehicles for markets around the world.
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