China-based Techrules is bringing the Ren RS electric hypercar to the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, on March 6.
Previewed at last year’s Swiss automotive event, it’s designed for track-use only and comes in a single-seat configuration, with a lightweight construction, and futuristic styling courtesy of Giugiaro.
The Techrules’ Ren RS will be available with either four or six electric motors. In its most potent form, it uses two motors at the front and four at the rear, delivering a total of 1,305PS (1,287hp). This allows it to sprint from 0 to 100km/h (0-62mph) in 3 seconds, and up to a top speed of 330km/h (205mph).
Feeding the electric motors is a diesel range extender, along with a 28kWh battery pack. The small automaker claims a range of up to 1,170km (727 miles), with 80 liters of fuel in the tank.
Besides having an entirely new product that’s finalized, Techrules is also currently in talks with different potential international automotive partners. The automaker wants to form strategic alliances that would assist them with the production and launch of vehicles in global markets.
Meanwhile, they’re also making “significant investments” into R&D, creating and testing various components for different types of turbines, belonging to both commercial as well as passenger vehicles.