Techrules invests in R&D and plans reveal for new Ren RS supercar

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Techrules will reveal the design of its high-performance Ren RS supercar on March 6 at the Geneva International Motor Show in Switzerland. In addition to establishing key partnerships with China-based global companies, Techrules is in discussion with potential international automotive partners to form strategic alliances to assist with the production and launch of vehicles for markets around the world.

Meanwhile the OEM is making significant investments to enhance its research and development capabilities. Prof. Dr Ching Chuen Chan is heading up the company’s newly established R&D center in Beijing, China, which develops and tests core components for different types of turbines, as well as complete turbines for powertrains of commercial and passenger vehicles.

Techrules is also in the process of forging partnerships with several major China-based global corporations. This follows significant interest in its micro-turbine recharging technology.

Joint ventures are also being established with new energy bus manufacturer Wuzhoulong Motors, and CRRC, a supplier of rail transit equipment. Futhermore, the company is finalizing a partnership with Shenzhen BAK Technology, an expert in battery R&D.

These collaborations will enable Techrules to develop its TREV powertrain for use in a variety of mobility solutions, including low-emission and fuel efficient public transport and light commercial vehicles.

Matthew Jin, CTO at Techrules, commented, “This is an exciting phase in the growth of Techrules, as we grow our global reputation by sharing the extensive knowledge and experience we have of using turbine technology to deliver unprecedented range capacity in electric vehicles.

“We are developing new proprietary technical innovations to deliver enhanced efficiency and performance in a range of applications – and with an ultra-low environmental impact.”

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Rachel's career in journalism has seen her write for various titles at UKi Media & Events within automotive, tire and marine. Currently editor of ATTI, her favourite aspect of the job is interviewing industry experts, including researchers, scientists, engineers and technicians, and learning more about the groundbreaking technologies and innovations that are shaping the future of transportation.

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