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Techrules will present their innovative model loaded by turbine in Geneva

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The automobile industry to grow and innovate. Today the vast majority of manufacturers are studying and developing future vehicles from driving autonomous, fully electric vehicles of high range of autonomy and performance or, in the best of cases, a combination of both. And is that we have almost secured the future will go down both by the autonomous driving and complete our car electrification.

We all know Tesla, a company led by Elon Musk very immersed in both thematic owner. In fact, it is the brand to which all manufacturers want to beat. But don’t we neglect to Techrules. It is a company based in China that already presented us with a revolutionary system of recharging for batteries, named ‘TREV’, using a turbine for your feedback. Now, at the Geneva Motor Show, will show a more than interesting model.

Through this teaser image we can see the lines of design and forms part of the body of this vehicle that we will present at the Geneva Motor Show. As we see, is very futuristic, with a design inspired by aviation. Responsible for managing the design have been neither more nor less than Fabrizio and Giorgetto Giugiaro, designer well known in the automotive world for their great work and long career.

It won’t be unnoticed, both by the abovementioned forms inspired capsules curious form of access to the cockpit , again, in combat aviation. Say from Techrules that its design allows a great visibility and, in addition, are constructed with materials of high resistance.

The chassis is the most sophisticated. Made by the prestigious specialist L.M. Gianetti, uses components last generation with a very technological and advanced high-efficiency design. On the other hand, we will see front laser LED lights and rear LED headlamps with integrated rear view cameras. Sincerely, we look forward to seeing him in full on March 7.

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