Enter Rimac Nevera, the C_Two Concept evolved into production form
After a few years of teasing us with its C_Two hypercar prototype, Rimac has finally revealed the production-ready car, which will be known as the Nevera.
Four electric motors endow the track projectile with 1,914 PS (1,888 hp / 1,408 kW) and 2,360 Nm (1,741 lb-ft) of torque. Outfitted like this, it needs 1.85 seconds to get from standstill to sixty miles per hour (97 km/h). It also runs the quarter-mile in 8.6 seconds, which looks like a record for a production car so far. The top speed is 256 mph (412 km/h). WLTP-rated driving range is rather high at 550 kilometers, or 342 miles, and a 500kW charger can replenish 80% of the battery within twenty-something minutes, Rimac claims.
A sophisticated aerodynamic kit consists of components that work independently from each other. By activating a mode called High Downforce, you can increase said force by 326%, while enabling Low Drag will lower drag by a further 17.3 percent.
A total of 150 Rimac Nevera units will roll off the assembly lines, each unique in its exterior/interior trim and finish combo. Shipments are expected to begin later this year, and prices start around €2 million.
Editor Andrew Raspopov