Techrules' supercar production car teased ahead of Geneva debut

Techrules reveals dramatic design details of its production supercar, set to debut on 7 March 2017 at the 87th Geneva International Motor Show.

This latest rendering reveals how the China-based automotive R&D company will combine its innovative proprietary Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle (TREV) powertrain with a dramatic, aerospace-inspired design crafted by world-renowned automotive designers, Fabrizio and Giorgetto Giugiaro.

Form follows function with modular design and technical elements that provide various configurations around the centrally-positioned driver. A theatrical arrival at any destination is assured, with occupant entry and exit enabled by the fighter jet-style canopy dramatically rising from the body. The aircraft-inspired cockpit is designed to provide occupants with exceptional visibility and are finished with premium quality materials.

The chassis is engineered to the highest standards by international motorsport specialist, L.M. Gianetti. Using top-grade components, Techrules’ advanced supercar will deliver a unique blend of ultimate performance, brutal power and unparalleled efficiency from its innovative powertrain.

From the futuristic front laser headlights and ‘star-burst’ reversing LEDs to the integrated rear-view cameras, the stunning design showcases distinctive Techrules styling characteristics and technology that will be seen across a family of models in the coming years.


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