A Chinese-built Concept Car Will Appear in Geneva
Automotive start-ups appear to be an unconditional surprise when it comes to futuristic as well as revolutionary technical projects. One has only to think about Faraday Future or Tesla-challenging NextEV. Techrules, an enigmatic Chinese-based company, apparently aims to become a go-better at the forthcoming Geneva as it plans to reveal its brainchild there. The promising model is now presented only in a shadowed hyper-artistic image only; however, the company extravagantly claims it to be powered electrically, but using range-extending turbines too.
We know practically nothing about Techrules aside from the point that it is Beijing-based startup meaning to develop highly effective powertrain research. The Techrules supercar is initially called TREV, standing for Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle. Neither technical specifications nor the design philosophy details have yet been unveiled. We know only the company announced it to deliver 1030hp and to run a range of about 1200 miles.