The new Croatian electric supercar makes its debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, and is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in just 1.85 seconds, becoming the production car with the best starting point.
One of the most anticipated appearances at the Goodwood Festival of Speed is the Rimac Nevera, a 1,888-horsepower, $2 million electric supercar, initially known as the C_Two. After months of development and improvements to the model, the Croatian manufacturer launched the new name, Nevera, and presented the audience with the unique spectacle of its amazing performance.
Secrets of Rimac Never
By name, the new Rimac Nevera is named after the famous Goodwood climb of the powerful and sudden hill of storms that occur on the Croatian coast. This was also guessed by the short preview video of the model presentation released on YouTube, which indicated the phenomena of stormy weather. Rimac says its engineers have “improved their new supercar on every level,” using mostly specially developed components in-house, to pursue the “aspirational performance goals” outlined in the first concept for 2018. In line with these aspirations, the powertrain has a combined powerhouse of 1,888 horsepower and 2,300 Nm of torque which, according to the Croatian house, is three times higher than the power of a conventional supercar with a combustion engine.
Stunning performance for this new high-tech jewel from Rimac, with a carbon fiber monocoque body and extremely precise aerodynamics with attention to every detail. The new Rimac Nivrara is 2.5 seconds faster than initially expected to reach 300 km/h, requiring just 9.3 seconds. With the declared sprint, from 0 to 100 km/h in 1.85 seconds, the Rimac Never becomes the production car with the best acceleration ever made. The maximum speed of 415 km / h makes it closer to Bugatti Chiron It pushed the mighty W16.
July 10 – 21:22
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