Techrules is a chinese manufacturer of recent creation that was introduced in the society during the past Geneva. There got to know the prototypes AT96 and GT 96 TREV, two supercars, one for circuit and one for street. Also took the opportunity to announce their intention to take a Techrules GT96 production in a period of two years. To meet this mandate have decided to sign Giorgetto Giugiaro.
Although the Italian designer will not be alone. Techrules has also hired Fabrizio Giugiaro, son of Giorgetto, and to L. M. Gianetti. While the Giugiaro will be responsible for the development of the vehicle, Gianetti will work in your production. The idea of Techrules is to achieve a annual production of 25 units. The GT96 street could be presented at the Geneva motor show 2017, even if your sales wouldn’t start until 2018 or 2019.
we Recall that the revolutionary technology of Techrules was his TREV, a microturbina which generates electricity and recharges the batteries of the vehicle. It is able to spin at 96,000 revolutions per minute and generate 36 kWh. Thanks to it it could be recharged completely in about 40 minutes and would have a autonomy of 2,000 kilometres. While for the AT96 the turbine is fed by kerosene, diesel or petrol; for this GT96 you could bet on the use of natural gas or biogas.
The Techrules GT96 will move thanks to six electric motors that drive the four wheels. The joint power of this system would be 1.044 CV and 8.640 Nm of torque, and thanks to a weight of only 1.380 kg promises benefits scandal. There is talk of an acceleration of 0 to 100 km/h in 2.5 seconds and a top speed electronically limited to 350 km/h. After the supercar, Techrules wants to continue producing vehicles more affordable
Source – Europe Autonews