Fabrizio and Giorgetto Giugiaro have created the Techrules REN, the Chinese 3-seater electric supercar, which was unveiled in Geneva in March. The car will make its Italian debut on the GFG Style stand in Turin before going into mass production.
The Techrules REN anticipates the imminent debut of a new player in the automotive industry and marks the start of GFG Style collaboration with the Chinese Techrules brand, which aims to mass produce very innovative cars using its own TREV (Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle) technology that employs turbines to supply the batteries through a generator.
The Italian and Chinese technicians who are developing and refining this technology underlined the truly exceptional performance, consumption and emissions figures which could revolutionise the car market and mobility generally.
Techrules Automobile R&D Co., Ltd.
Electric supercar turbine-recharging vehicle/three-seater
from 0 to 100 kph in 2.5 seconds
top speed 320 km/h
710-800 volt battery pack
powered by one 80 kw turbine and one 30 kw turbine
range of 1170 km with 80 litres of fuel
Carbon fiber chassis and body
Styling Concept design
Conceived and designed by Fabrizio and Giorgetto Giugiaro
expressed in 3-cockpit body
"jet fighter" opening
3 configurations: central driving position + 1 or 2 passengers
Built in the Turin Car District
Design: Fabrizio and Giorgetto Giugiaro
Denim and leather interiors in cooperation with PT Pantaloni Turin
Chassis and mechanicals: L.M. Gianetti
Prototyping and models: GFG Style and Superstile
On board infotainment-electronics: Bylogix
Seat belts: Sabelt