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Techrules Ren Supercar

Turbines aren't just for jets anymore. The Techrules Ren Supercar uses a mix of proprietary turbine technology, batteries, electric motors, and a diesel engine to deliver serious performance. All combined, the TREV-based system produces 1,287 hp when all six motors are engaged, good for a 0-62 time of 2.5 seconds and a top speed of 198 mph. The unique, Giugiaro-penned design features a jet fighter-like canopy that raises backward to allow entry to and exit from the three-person cockpit, clad in Italian leather and denim from PT. The aerodynamic body and lightweight chassis are built primarily using carbon fiber and high-strength aluminum alloy, resulting in a highly capable car that redefines Chinese automotive performance.

  • Ruf CTR Supercar

    Ruf Automobile made its name building cars on unmarked Porsche chassis, so it's no surprise that their first car engineered and designed in-house bears more than a passing resemblance to a 911. The Ruf CTR Supercar is far more than a knockoff, however. It has the world's first rear-engine carbon fiber monocoque chassis, a 3.6L twin-turbo flat six engine producing 700 hp, a six-speed manual to help send that power to the rear wheels, and a carbon fiber body to help reduce weight. All of that combines in eye-popping performance, including a 0-60 time of 3.5 seconds and a top speed of over 220 mph. Built in Germany, production will be limited to just 30 units.

  • Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo

    Racing legend Emerson Fittipaldi has for years dreamed of sharing the feeling of driving a championship race car. With the Fittipaldi EF7 Vision Gran Turismo, he finally gets his wish. Meant for drivers of all skill levels, it has a lightweight, shark-inspired carbon fiber body designed by Pininfarina. Its chassis is also made from carbon fiber, while Germany's HWA developed the powerful naturally aspirated V8, integrated gearbox, suspension, and braking system. The result is a visually arresting, visceral supercar worthy of the Fittipaldi name.