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Electric sports car seen to drive next-gen auto electronics

13 Jan 2015  | Steve Taranovich

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Alongside the CES event in the Las Vegas Convention Centre, a different show in Sands Expo has solely focused on the electronics of automobiles. Among the displays was an electric sports car that packs exceptional features.

Renovo has a very high technology EV, not mainstream, but their developers will make a significant contribution to electronics in automobiles going forward. They have the talented design leadership and designers that have no cost boundaries in this niche market for a high end sports car, the best in the industry in my opinion.

Jason Stinson

Jason Stinson, the creative technical genius and CTO behind the design electronics of the Renovo car shown at CES 2015.

Electric sports car

Renovo's $529K historical Shelby Daytona classic body sits atop a 500hp engine and Shelby CX9000 chassis. The EV with a 740V battery pack and a development team of engineers will be a strong force in EV development.

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