D he new Techrules Ren RS is of course based on the familiar Techrules Ren up. It has a length of 5.07 meters, a width of 2.05 meters and a height of 1.26 meters. The wheelbase is given as 2,724 mm. In order to justify the abbreviation RS for racing, the Ren RS is designed as a single-seater. On the stern sits a huge fixed rear spoiler. Additional flaps and spoilers have been adapted to the front. All wheel arches have ventilation gills, an additional ventilation shaft has been added to the bow. The designers Fabrizio and Giorgetto Giugiaro have brought the Ren RS back into shape.
Up to 6 electric motors and 1,305 hp
Because the Techrules Ren RS should only be driven on the circuit , the overall concept was also further focused on this. There was support from the motorsport specialists at L.M. Gianetti from Turin. The drive concept of the Ren RS provides for four or six electric motors, depending on the configuration. One per wheel, or four motors on the rear axle for the six-wheeler design. The total output is a maximum of 960 kW (converted 1,305 PS). The system torque is specified as 2,340 Nm. This should enable the Ren RS to spurt from zero to 100 km /h in 3 seconds and reach a top speed of 330 km /h.
As with the other Techrules drafts, the drive energy is supplied by a diesel turbine that acts as a generator and feeds a 28 kWh battery. With a tank capacity of 80 liters, the Ren RS should travel up to 1,170 kilometers. The consumption is given as 7.8 liters. Stop-Power is provided by a carbon-ceramic brake system with 380 discs and six-piston calipers at the front and 355 discs and four-piston calipers at the rear, which are hidden behind 21-inch rims. 265/40 tires rotate on the front and rear.