Five supercars, with a total power output of 5.415 horsepower, are here. I am sure that you simply do not know enough about them. Modern supercars and hypercars you have probably never heard of are quite numerous actually. Apart from these, I could have also listed the Rezvani Beast, the Trion Nemesis RR, the Apollo Arrow, the Arash AF10, the Devel Sixteen, and the Arrinera Hussarya, among others. But what is the point as many of these will simply cease to exist as time plays its dirty game and erases them from history. Yet, the five I chose may stick around a bit longer than expected.
2018 Techrules Ren RS
Techrules is a somewhat fresh face in the supercar segment, but it’s quickly making a name for itself thanks to the cutting-edge innovations and top-shelf speed of its first model, the Ren. Based out of China, we’ve seen a slew of concepts out of the company in the past, including the AT96 and GT96 TREVs. Those last four-letters stand for “turbine-recharging electric vehicle,” which is Techrule’s innovative hybrid powertrain technology, and while it’s weird and sci-fi at first glance, we’ve now got it in a production-ready, lightweight, hyper-aggressive, track-only racing form with the Ren RS, following a debut at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show.
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The Techrules Ren RS Is High-Tech Speed At Its Weirdest
I remember when I first heard about the Techrules Ren last year, thinking to myself - “Hmm, that’s pretty interesting. Too bad it’s probably not gonna happen.” Could you blame me? The specs and tech on this thing are next-level weirdness, the sort of stuff we’re used to seeing on concept cars, not a model that would actually make it into the real world. Well, it looks like I couldn’t be more wrong because Techrules just released a final production version of the Ren at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show. It’s dubbed the RS, and it looks to take on the world’s fastest track machines with its own innovative spin on speed.
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The Geneva Motor Show Is Where The Fastest Of The Fast Strut Their Stuff
If you ever need a reminder that yes, we are indeed living in a golden age of performance automobiles, just check out the list of debuts heading to this year’s Geneva International Motor Show. Specs and figures that would have been considered outlandish and silly just a few decades ago are now becoming the norm, as million-dollar, 1,000+ horsepower monster machines seem to litter the Palexpo convention center floor in 2018. Here are some of the highlights.
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Radical Techrules Ren RS Storms into Geneva with Almost 1,300 HP
Under development for a few years now, the Techrules Ren was successfully tested in 2017 and put into production for 2018. Built by the Chinese but designed by Fabrizio and Giorgetto Giugiaro and L.M. Gianetti, the Ren is a work of art aerodynamics-wise and packs a unique turbine engine and electric motor setup that delivers outstanding power. Having launched the street-legal model, Techrules is now upping the ante with the Ren RS, a track-only version of its only supercar to date. It was put on display at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.
2018 Techrules Ren
In the race to offer the latest and greatest hybrid performance technology, Chinese-based startup Techrules is taking a different approach. Rather than matching a piston-driven internal combustion engine with electric power to eke out every last pony possible, Techrules has decided to employ diesel-powered turbines to juice the motors that drive the wheels. The result is something Techrules is calling a series-hybrid diesel powertrain, and believe it or not, it’s slated for production in 2018. Techrules’ will offer this innovative technology in its very first production vehicle – the Ren. The name is an allusion to the Chinese core value of humanity and kindness, which makes sense given the car’s surprising efficiency. However, the big draw here (beyond the wild new powertrain tech, that is) is the Ren’s futuristic, aerospace styling and four-figure output. If all goes according to plan, the Ren should be one of the quickest production vehicles on the planet.
Of course, all things considered, that’s a pretty big “if.” The hybrid supercar segment isn’t exactly kind to newcomers, and considering the crazy new technology promised by the Ren, you could say the deck is stacked against Techrules’ favor. Nevertheless, progress is being made, with the Ren making its debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, followed by an appearance at the Concorso d’Eleganza in May at Lake Como in Italy. Read on for the details of what to expect should this thing hit the market.
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