The Chinese have brought to Geneva a diesel-electric supercar

At the 2017 Geneva Motor Show world premiere of the Chinese diesel-electric supercar Techrules Ren. We engaged in the design model Giorgetto Giugiaro and his son Fabrizio. They supply the car received an openable lid, through which the landing and carried into the cabin.
Interior supercar trimmed in leather and denim. Front is located in the center of the driver’s seat, and the rear – two passenger. However, on request the machine can be ordered without the latter. The seat headrests integrated speakers and microphones, enabling the occupants to hear each other better.
Novelty is based on the carbon-fiber monocoque, with the preparation of the chassis and body of the Italians engaged LM Gianetti. The suspension Techrules Ren used steel double wishbones and adjustable KW rack. In front and behind the car received carbon-ceramic brakes with 380- and 355-mm discs, respectively.
Chinese superpenalties can be ordered with two, four or six motors, and with one or two turbines. The last act as generators operating on diesel fuel. Giving the most powerful updating of 1305 hp and 2340 Nm, with a place to hundred car accelerates in 2.5 seconds and a top speed up to 320 km/h.
According Techrules professionals supercar takes no more than 7.5 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers. As for the power reserve, the 80 liters of diesel engine it can travel up to 1170 km, and one electric – up to 200 kilometers. For fast charging batteries with a 0 to 80% is required at least 15 minutes.
The Chinese have promised to begin mass production supercar Ren in 2018, and will assemble cars by hand at the company in Italy. Every year will produce no more than a dozen cars, with a total circulation of 96 copies of the model limit. Information on pricing yet.

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