Croatian hypercar manufacturer Rimac has just officially unveiled a road-going, all-electric version of its mind-blowing C_Two concept, the Rimac Nevera.
Nevera is the name given to sudden and sudden storms and hurricanes near the Adriatic Sea in Croatia. If you translate the word from Croatian, it means “disbelief” in Russian. A total of 15 cars will be produced. But don’t look for “extra millions” as they are already sold out.
Another car will also be built on this platform – the Pininfarina Battista hypercar.
Rimac Nevera specs:
- top speed – 415 km/h
- acceleration 0 – 100 km/h – 1.86 s
- horsepower – 1914 hp
- specific power – 1035 hp/t
- vehicle weight 1850 kg
Rimac Nevera engine:
The engines used are four electric motors with 1,914 horsepower and 2,360 Nm of torque. But, thanks to the use of special reduction gears, we get 13,430 Nm of torque at the wheels.
Rimac Nevera battery:
The hypercar has a “tank” capacity of 120 kilowatt-hours. The car already comes standard with a 220-kilowatt charger, and can also be simultaneously charged by two 730-volt, 500-kilowatt charging stations. If you charge in this mode, it will take you about 22 minutes to reach 80% of the charge.
Rimac Nevera range:
According to calculations (WLTP system) the car can travel more than 550 kilometres on a single charge.
Rimac Nevera acceleration (Rimac Nevera 0-100):
The car reaches a hundred in 2.8 seconds and reaches 300 km/h in 9.3 seconds.
Rimac Nevera top speed:
The maximum speed to which the car was accelerated on a special track is 415 km/h
Rimac Nevera interior:
Rimac Nevera price (Buy Rimac Nevera):
Actual vehicle price $2,500,000
Rimac Nevera vs Tesla Plaid: