Featured in our previous article, TECHRULES’ new production Supercar is set to create a major buzz at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show, 7 March. A first teaser image of TechRules’ supercar has surfaced…

Techrules reveals dramatic design details of its production supercar in the teaser image. 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. The Techrules supercar’s design is not only unique but features a bold styling attribute to make an immediate impression.

Named the Techrules GT96, the new supercar is the flagbearer for a truly revolutionary electric vehicle. It is extremely versatile to  enable different configurations for road, track and race environment. Furthermore, the GT96 promises blistering performance thanks to Techrules’ innovative, proprietary Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle (TREV) powertrain. Engineering and production partner, L.M. Gianetti, will begin production of up to 25 units per year in late 2017 at its facility in Turin, Italy. Initial output will be a track variant, before a fully homologated road version as well as other cars in more conventional vehicle segments follow over the next few years with the TREV system configured for optimal efficiency.