-->
Drop Down MenusCSS Drop Down MenuPure CSS Dropdown Menu

CLASSIC

Try with us

Join & Get Updates

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

The new Croatian-made electric hypercar capable spewed almost 2000 hp of power

The development of the world's automotive today looks increasingly advanced and massive, especially related to the design of electric-powered fast cars, so it is not surprising that now many new electric-powered cars are born that offer performance like the wind. Wuzzzz!
All-electric Rimac Nevera is a production version from the previous Rimac C_Two electric-powered hypercar concept. (Picture from: AutocarIndia)
The renowned Croatian premium car manufacturer, Rimac Automobili (or known as Rimac) is introduced an electric-powered hypercar called the Rimac Nevera recently, and the company stated that this car is a production-version of the Rimac C_Two hypercar concept that had launched in the 2019.

Regarding to the name of Nevera pinned on the hypercar, it was taken from the Croatian name for a sudden big storm in the Mediterranean Sea. Philosophically, indeed Rimac Nevera has a savage performance considered commensurate with the speed and power of the Nevera storm.
All-electric Rimac Nevera uses four electric motors which are claimed to be capable of spewing out around 1,914 hp and 2,360 Nm of torque to drive all four wheels. (Picture from: AutocarIndia)
"All our hard work has resulted in the Nevera, our record-breaking hypercar," said Mate Rimac, Founder and CEO of Rimac Automobili. "This car was born to surpass the others, raise the standard and redefine the norms of performance cars," Mate added as written in the official release published by the Croatian manufacturer.
All-electric Rimac Nevera is featured with 3 screens (each for the driver, center and the passenger) to serve its occupants who sit on 2 genuine leather ergonomic special-made sport seats, and getting rid of most of the tactile controls on dashboard. (Picture from: AutocarIndia)
Then what about the Nevera's specifications? According to the Croatian company, there are many performance elements from the Rimac C_Two inherites to the Rimac Nevera. The savage Croatian hypercar uses four electric motors which are claimed to be capable of spewing out around 1,914 hp and 2,360 Nm of torque to drive all four wheels.
All-electric Rimac Nevera can accelerate silently from zero to 96 kph in just 1.85 seconds and can speed up to a top speed of 412 kph. (Picture from: AutocarIndia)
Then the Rimac Nevera's electric motors distributes power coming from the Lithium-ion Nickel Manganese battery with a capacity of 120 kWh. Rimac Automobili claims that the hypercar can accelerate silently from zero to 96 kph in just 1.85 seconds and can speed up to a top speed of 412 kph.
To support this fierce performance, so the Rimac Nevera completed  with an andvanced performance system calle the Rimac All-Wheel Torque Vectoring 2 (R-AWTV 2) that is able to calibrate torque quickly. In addition to that performance features, the Rimac Nevera will also be equipped with another special feature called the Artificial Intelligence Driving Coach that helps driver get to know the circuit and reduce lap time when raced it on the track.

Further news, the Croatian manufacturer will only produced 150 units of Rimac Nevera and the entire production process is carried out in Zagreb, Croatia. If you are interested and want to know how much it costs? Well, the Croatian manufacturer has priced a unit of Rimac Nevera at a price of €2M or approx. Rp.34.88 billion. At the global market, the all-electric Rimac Nevara hypercar will take on with the Lotus Evija and the upcoming Pininfarina Battista. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | RIMAC AUTOMOBILI | AUTOCARINDIA | CARBUZZ ]
Note: This blog can be accessed via your smart phone.
Kindly Bookmark and Share it: