Chinese Techrules Ren RS for the circuit racing

Techrules Ren RS 1300hp hybrid Track Toy – World Premiere in Geneva

1.305 hp
2.340 Nm

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    The Chinese startup Techrules is already stealing the show at the Geneva Motor Show with the crazy Ren RS. This track-only car has six electric motors and a diesel turbine because more is always better.

    The company Techrules is completely behind its own name because it is this year shaking Geneva with a technical tour de force. An electric vehicle that is powered by two engines at the front and four at the rear. This means that each front wheel has its own engine and that each rear wheel has two engines. How that works exactly is not yet clear, but it works. And good too. The numbers do not lie: 1,305 hp and 2,340 Nm of torque. 0 to 100 km / h is achieved in less than three seconds.

    The last engine is a small diesel turbine that serves as a range extender. With an 80 liter tank filled to the top, it is responsible for generating enough electricity (in addition to the 28.4-kWh lithium polymer battery pack) so that the Ren RS can travel a maximum distance of 1,170 kilometers. If these figures are too good, then the Chinese also have a weaker version of the Ren RS on offer. It has only four electric motors and produces 870 hp and 1,560 Nm of torque.

    The design of the TREV (Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle) is in the hands of Fabrizio and Giorgetto Giugiaro and is based on the “standard” Ren that the company showed last year at the fair. It is built in Italy and as you can see there is no saving on carbon fiber and there is only space for one person.

  2. Geneva, 5 March 2018 – Techrules is unveiling the final production design of its Ren RS hybrid supercar at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. The single-seat race car is a lightweight, high-performance track variant of the Techrules Ren supercar that was first previewed at last year’s Geneva show.

    The Ren RS features the China-based company’s ground-breaking Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle (TREV) system. The series hybrid powertrain delivers unprecedented levels of efficiency and performance, using advanced micro-turbine technology to deliver an ultra-low environmental impact. As well as establishing an R&D centre in Beijing, Techrules is also working to establish key partnerships with several global automotive and non-automotive companies to further the development of its range-extending proprietary micro-turbine technology for a variety of mobility and industrial applications.

    Techrules has entered a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with CRRC, the world’s largest supplier of rail transit equipment. The agreement, officially signed at a ceremony during the Geneva Motor Show, will see the two companies jointly develop the TREV technology further, for use in CRRC’s environmentally-friendly Autonomous rail Rapid Transit (ART) transportation system. The final production design of the aerospace-inspired Ren RS is derived from the Techrules Ren, now with a single cockpit layout and design modifications to improve aerodynamic and cooling efficiency.

    The lightweight carbon-fibre monocoque chassis has been strengthened and configured for single-occupant track use by revered motorsport specialist, L.M. Gianetti of Turin, who also developed the new design elements following extensive aerodynamic analysis.

    The modular chassis design permits a variety of powertrain configurations, to provide the range and performance capabilities required by the customer. The flagship version – with a high-power 28.4 kWh Lithium-Ion Polymer battery and with two motors at the front and four at the rear – delivers maximum power of 960kW (1,287 hp / 1,305 PS) with a range of 1170 km from 80 litres of diesel fuel (NEDC).

    As a result, the most powerful Ren RS will rocket from 0-100 kph in just 3 seconds, onto a top speed of 330 kph, delivering a unique blend of ultimate performance, brutal power and unparalleled efficiency.

    The supercar will be available for track use only and delivered to an exclusive band of customers within two years. Techrules is in discussion with potential international automotive partners to form strategic alliances to assist with the production and launch of vehicles for markets around the world.

    William Jin, the founder and CEO of Techrules, said: “The unique modular design of the Ren chassis and powertrain has enabled us to create a perfectly engineered high-performance track car and demonstrate our TREV technology in the most efficient way.

    We are working hard to grow our global capabilities in engineering and manufacturing and will soon reveal major joint ventures that will enable us to further develop our innovative technology for a wide range of commercial mobility and industrial applications.”

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