Presentation of the Techrules Ren, the electric supersport capable of accommodating up to three occupants, and offering up to 1305 hp and 1170 km of autonomy, is confirmed for the end of the month
The main attributes of the model: designed by Fabrizio and Giorgetto Guigiaro, and produced by L.M. Gianetti, is based on an electric motor, and should be able to adopt three engine configurations, each with 217 hp: two rear (435 hp); Two rear and two front (870 hp); Or two front and four rear (1305 hp).
In the most powerful, the 0-100 km/h is fulfilled in 2.5 seconds and the maximum speed is 320 km/h. The batteries guarantee an autonomy of 200 km, and are recharged by micro-turbines of 30 kWh, able to consume various liquid and gaseous fuels (especially diesel, gasoline and hydrogen), which makes this model an electric with autonomy extender. If diesel is chosen for this purpose, the 80-liter tank ensures an autonomy of 1170 km.
À partida, a Techrules previa produzir cerca de 25 unidades/ano do Ren a partir de 2018, a um preço que se estima que ronde os 3 milhões de euros – mas não faltava quem duvidasse que tal projecção passasse do plano das intenções. Em jeito de resposta, a marca chinesa anunciou que vai mesmo apresentar no prestigiado Concurso de Elegância de Villa d’Este a versão de produção do Ren, e que até já aceita encomendas para o seu superdesportivo, que começará a ser entregue aos seus clientes no próximo ano.
At the outset, Techrules planned to produce about 25 units per year of the Ren from 2018, at a price estimated to be around 3 million pounds – but there was no shortage of people who doubted that such a projection would go beyond the intended plan. In response, the Chinese brand announced that it will even present in the prestigious Villa d’Este Elegance Contest the production version of the Ren, and that it already accepts orders for its super sports, which will begin to be delivered to its customers in the next year.
It seems that the Ren to be exhibited at the Italian event will feature a cockpit configuration for three occupants, with the driver sitting in a slightly more advanced central position, in the best style of the McLaren F1, but here each being protected by his own Polycarbonate canopy, as in a combat aircraft. To communicate with each other, occupants have built-in microphones and speakers in the headrests, giving passengers access to their own retractable touch screens for access to the multimedia system. Ren also offers cabin versions for two occupants, or just for the driver.
What Techrules has not clarified is what engine configuration will be equipped with this production version to debut in Villa d’Este. But he promises that luxury will dominate the interior, largely because all the surfaces that the occupants can contact will be lined with the finest Italian leather, except for the seats of the seats , clad in a fabric of exclusive bargain, produced by the company of high (Pantaloni Torino), designed to ensure greater friction and thus prevent its occupants from sliding on them in a corner and stronger braking.
At the same time, and so that the full potential of a car of this caliber can be exploited to its fullest in the ideal terrain, Techrules also realizes that LM Gianetti will produce a limited series of Ren, in a specially adapted version of a use in the circuit.