Nvidia announced its Tegra X1 processor at CES 2015, one of the fastest mobile processors available, and Renovo Motors installed the X1 in its Coupe electric super car, showing how it could power an instrument cluster and infotainment center.
With a body taken from an American racing car legend and a dose of Silicon Valley start-up tech under the hood, the Renovo Coupe looks set to turn up our perception of what an electric car can do.
Renovo Motors, a Silicon Valley start-up, takes rolling chassis from Shelby American and fits them with an innovative electric drivetrain, aiming to become a super high-performance electric car.
What looks like a Shelby Daytona Coupe, goes like a 911 Turbo S and uses no traditional fuel? The Renovo Coupe. It's a car bred in Silicon Valley and it's the first American all-electric supercar. After four and a half years of working in secret, the car is ready to be seen and we caught up with its creators at Pebble Beach 2014 for a chat about the most exciting new EV on the block.
Stanford University rolls out MARTY, a DeLorean-based electric car that's almost as futuristic as Doc Brown's -- it can drift without a driver.
We are reaching a tipping point where your car will feature more processing power in the dashboard than your phone.
My personal car of tomorrow looks like a 1964 Shelby with hydrogen fuel cells, airless tires, self-driving tech and an exterior grown from seed.
Audi teams up with Renovo to offer three bicycles made with wood frames.