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2018 Week 10 - Techrules REn RS unveiled at Geneva Auto Show
The Chinese automotive R&D company Techrules unveiled 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. 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 a maximum power of 960kW (1,287 hp / 1,305 PS) with a range of 1170 km from 80 liters 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.
2017 Week 10 - Techrules REn unveiled at Geneva Auto Show
Although light on new commercial electric vehicles the Geneva Motor Show this week offered some great eye candy in the form of new concept vehicles, which included:
- Italdesign and Airbus unveiled the world’s first ground and air passenger vehicle, the Pop.Up, also know as Vahana
- Toyota unveiled the i-Tril electric concept. (If somebody at Toyota can just please look at the meaning of the name in some cultures, I cringe every time I use it.)
- Bentley unveiled its EXP 12 Speed 6e electric concept car.
- Mercedes unveiled its Mercedes-AMG GT Concept vehicle.
Nissan announced the unveiling of the new version of its popular Leaf EV expected in September, with commercial sales shortly after that. The Leaf is expected to have a range of 200 miles and some autonomous driving ability through its ProPilot system.
2017 Week 8 - Production version of GT96 Supercar to be unveilled at Geneva Motor Show
The Italian special parts company, LM Gianetti will begin production of GT96 later this year; to produce 25 supercars annually. Techrules will showcase production-ready version of its GT96 electric supercar at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show next month, the Chinese company said in a press release earlier this week (20 February). The supercar uses Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle (TREV) technology, a range extending micro-turbine system which generates electricity to power battery pack, which in turn powers the motors that drive the wheels.
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China’s 2018 batch of new EV models have some surprisingly good cars threatening Western automakers still grappling how to catch-up to the increased popularity of EVs. While big auto plans to bring new models to market in 2020 China is already pushing out large amounts of new EV models.