At the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, the Rimac C_Two concept car was unveiled, an electric vehicle with incredible power. And now, three years later, it has finally turned into a production model, dubbed the Rimac Nevera.

The Rimac Nevera has four electric motors – one for each wheel. Combined, they provide an incredible 1.4 MW of power, which the manufacturer says is equivalent to 1,914 horsepower. The hypercar can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in about 1.85 seconds, and the maximum speed it can reach is 415 km / h. The electric hypercar is powered by a 120 kWh battery with an improved liquid cooling system for efficient heat dissipation. It also has a wide range of sensors and radars, including 12 ultrasonic and 6 radar sensors and 13 cameras. And the AI ​​driving instructor system will provide drivers with audible and visual cues for specific road conditions, reminding them where to brake, swerve, or accelerate when exiting a bend to avoid an accident.

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A double-wishbone suspension provides the smooth ride of the Rimac electric car with electronically controlled shock absorbers. The monocoque or car frame with an integrated H-shaped battery compartment is made of carbon fiber, which significantly reduced the weight of the car and, at the same time, increased its safety. The cabin has three screens – a display for the driver replacing the instrument panel, a horizontal touchscreen in the center console, and a display for the passenger.

The Rimac Nevera will be released in a limited edition of 150 pieces. For an exclusive hypercar, the buyer will have to shell out about $ 2.4 million. This price tag is explained not only by the car’s incredible power but also by Rimac promises to customize the Nevera individually for each buyer. That is, none of the released hypercars will be alike. The manufacturer claims that each buyer will be invited to Croatia and will be able to personally participate in the design of their hypercar by strict requirements, right down to the choice of finishes and materials.

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