China-based automotive R&D company, Techrules to showcase Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle in Geneva


A new Beijing-based automaker called Techrules claims to have a turbine-hybrid supercar concept with 1,030 horsepower to debut at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. The company also asserts the vehicle has a driving range of over 1,243 miles. The business calls this improbable machine the TREV, an acronym for Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle...

Read press release for detail:

REVOLUTIONARY TURBINE-RECHARGING TECHNOLOGY TO DEBUT IN CHINESE SUPERCAR IN GENEVA

Beijing, 17 February 2016 – The performance and environmental impact of future electric vehicles will be revolutionized by an innovative range-extending turbine recharging technology, which will be presented for the first time at the 86th Geneva International Motor Show on 1 March 2016.

China-based automotive R&D company, Techrules, will showcase its unique and patented Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle (TREV) system in an all-new concept supercar. The system incorporates several technological innovations that deliver unprecedented advances in both whole-life environmental efficiencies and dynamic performance.

Projected performance highlights of the Techrules concept supercar with TREV technology include:

Peak power: 768 kW (1,030 bhp / 1,044 PS)
Range: over 2,000 km

- Ends -

Comments

Popular Posts