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Techrules Ren RS

Geneva world premiere of production design for ultra high-performance RenRS from Chinese automotive R&D company Techrules Lightweight track variant of the Ren supercar is powered by the company’s innovative turbine range extender technology The striking performance-focused design has been refined following advanced aerodynamic analysis by L.M. Gianetti Global partnerships being agreed to develop new commercial capabilities for highly-efficient and eco-friendly TREV powertrain Techrules to provide the advanced technology to OEMs looking to benefit from its exceptional range-extending capabilities Geneva, 5 March 2018 – Techrules is unveiling the final production design of its RenRS 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

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