Rimac’s big promise of an all-electric hypercar that could put the big names to shame always seemed far fetched, but now the Croatian automaker says it’s ready to deliver. Gone is the old C_Two concept, with the Rimac Nevera arriving in its place. The production car delivers 0-60 mph in 1.85 seconds, Rimac claims, and a 258 mph top speed.
There are four electric motors, one for each wheel, and collectively good for 1,914 horsepower. Torque vectoring – where power to each wheel can be individually adjusted, depending on traction and performance requirements – is standard. Like the 120 kWh battery cells, the electric motors are of Rimac’s own design.
Inside, there’s space for two and a high-tech dashboard with a mixture of touchscreens and machined aluminum physical controls. Rimac says that only 150 Nevera will be produced, priced from a hefty $2.4 million apiece.