CES 2015: Renovo Motors Coupe is world’s first all-electric supercar power-packed for thrill
CES 2015 was destined to surprise us with all new wearable technology, robotics and 3D printing. But little did we know that CES would bring first all-electric American supercar that is just jaw-dropping to say the least. Renovo Motors Coupe powered by a lithium-ion battery is capable of going from 0-60 in under 3.4 seconds with a top speed of 120 mph. Now comes the interesting bit, the coupe is the first car powered by the Nvidia Tegra X1 Super Chip to keep the all-digital cluster and 11.6” touchscreen optimized.
The superchip has a 256-core Maxwell architecture GPU which is the reason behind this 500-horsepower supercar’s stupendous performance. Taking advantage of the Nvidia architecture, the supercar cockpit has also been designed using meticulously designed 3D gauges and controls. Hence, the instrument panel is well designed for displaying a navigational map of race tracks.
Renovo Motors Coupe that looks strikingly close to a Shelby is equipped with Brembo 6-piston monobloc aluminum caliper front and 4-piston monobloc caliper for the rear, this ensures rigidity and low weight. Add to that the Brembo stat-of-the-art carbon ceramic brake discs for temperature resistance and lifetime corrosion protection.
Renovo Motors Coupe is going to be produced in limited edition for a whooping price tag of 530,000 euros!