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Feb
2018

Techrules turns its turbine range-extending Ren supercar into a single-seat track car

Techrules flashes a look at its single-seat Ren RS track car

Techrules has been one of the biggest, flashiest stories of the past two Geneva Motor Shows, and as Geneva 2018 approaches, the company commits to being front and center yet again. It will be premiering a track version of last year's Ren turbine range-extender supercar. The new Ren RS maintains the potent turbine-extended electric powertrain and radical fighter jet inspiration of the street car but loses two passengers, drops some weight and gains lap-optimizing aero tech.

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Category: Automotive

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19
Feb
2018

Black is the new orange for sporty high-vis activewear

Vollebak's Black Light jacket, as seen in the daylight

Wearing bright orange or silver reflective safety gear may indeed help motorists see you at night, but a lot of people still prefer more fashionable colors like black. If you're such a person, then you might be interested in Vollebak's new Black Light sports gear – it's all-black, yet it reflects spots of white light.

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Category: Outdoors

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19
Feb
2018

Black is the new orange for spotty high-vis activewear

Vollebak's Black Light jacket, as seen in the daylight

Wearing bright orange or silver reflective safety gear may indeed help motorists see you at night, but a lot of people still prefer more fashionable colors like black. If you're such a person, then you might be interested in Vollebak's new Black Light sports gear – it's all-black, yet it reflects spots of white light.

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Category: Outdoors

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19
Feb
2018

Black activewear gets wearers seen at night

Vollebak's Black Light jacket, as seen in the daylight

Wearing bright orange or silver reflective safety gear may indeed help motorists see you at night, but a lot of people still prefer more fashionable colors like black. If you're such a person, then you might be interested in Vollebak's new Black Light sports gear – it's all-black, yet it reflects spots of white light.

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Category: Outdoors

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