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Rimac Nevera Plays In Snow One Last Time Before Customer Deliveries Commence

Rimac Nevera Plays In Snow One Last Time Before Customer Deliveries Commence

Rimac has shared footage of the Nevera’s final winter testing before the car gets delivered to its owners

Rimac, now Bugatti Rimac, unveiled the Nevera back in June 2020 as a 1,900-horsepower electric hypercar. It put every car on the market on notice because it debuted as the world’s fastest electric car with a top speed of 258 mph. Priced at over $2 million a pop, Rimac had limited the production of the Nevera to just 150 examples. The car has still not been delivered to the customers, but Rimac has shared some images and video of the Nevera’s final winter tests ahead of the first customer deliveries.

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Fastest Electric Cars in the World

Fastest Electric Cars in the World

Some of these electric cars come with ridiculous specs and seem too good to be true!

There is no dearth of electric cars in the market now. We aren’t just talking about the urban commuters, but also fast electric cars. There are many new automakers that start their electric car journey with fast cars or electric supercars. Companies like Estrema, Aspark, and even Tesla, for that matter, came up with fast electric sports cars or electric supercars. While some have faded into oblivion after showing us promising concepts, some have weathered the storm and are either into production or will enter production.

Here’s a list of the eight fastest electric cars in the world today that are in the production stage or about to enter production. Some of these fast cars are from mainstream automakers, some from established EVmakers, and some from new start-ups.

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Rimac Nevera vs Tesla Model S Plaid Is The Drag Race We've All Been Waiting For!

Rimac Nevera vs Tesla Model S Plaid Is The Drag Race We’ve All Been Waiting For!

The dawn of the EV wars is upon us; which one of these ballistic EVs will dominate?

Two of the hottest electric vehicles on the market right now, the Rimac Nevera & the recently launched Tesla Model S Plaid, go head-to-head across three-quarter-mile drag races. The DragTimes YouTube Channel has put out a video of one of the best races of the year.

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Watch The Rimac Nevera Go For The Kill Against The Porsche Taycan And The BMW M5

Watch The Rimac Nevera Go For The Kill Against The Porsche Taycan And The BMW M5

The Nevera makes more power than the Taycan and M5… combined!

Rimac unveiled the production form of C_Two concept last month. Christened with the name ‘Nevera’, this electric hypercar debuted with jaw-dropping specs. Stuff like 1,900 horses from a quad-motor setup, 0-60 mph in 1.85 seconds, etc. were the best for any production car. It came with a heavy price tag, too, costing around $2.5 million after currency conversion.

A car with these specs can’t be a match to any production car (Tesla Model S Plaid being the closest, but not better), but the folks at Carwow still decided to pit it against two German sprint runners – the Porsche Taycan Turbo S and the BMW M5 Competition. Do you think either of them can walk out of this race with any shred of dignity left?

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The Rimac Nevera Is So Tempting An Employee Couldn't Refrain From Speeding

The Rimac Nevera Is So Tempting An Employee Couldn’t Refrain From Speeding

A Rimac employee was caught on camera doing more then double the speed limit in the new Nevera

After Mate Rimac talked about the Nevera’s straight-line performance, and followed up with some pretty outrageous specs for the new Nevera, we didn’t exactly need to see the car go to know that it’s an aggressive and mean machine. Then, just a couple of days after it was revealed, a Rimac employee got caught on camera hauling ass down a slim public road in none other than the Nevera. As you can imagine, this is an unexpected development.

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Watch The New Rimac Nevera Absolutely Destroy The Ferrari SF90 Stradale On A Drag Strip!

Watch The New Rimac Nevera Absolutely Destroy The Ferrari SF90 Stradale On A Drag Strip!

Saying that the Nevera obliterated and ripped the SF90 Stradale to shreds would be an understatement

The Rimac C_Two debuted as the Nevera hypercar in the production form earlier this week. The car came with some insane specs like a quad-motor setup, 1,700+ horses, carbon fiber monocoque, etc. The company said it can sprint to 60 mph in 1.85 seconds and to quarter-mile in 8.6 seconds. But, did you know this 8.6-second record was set during filming a video for Carwow? Well, at least that’s what they say in the video!

Mat Watson from Carwow and Rimac’s CEO, Mate Rimac, met on the drag strip for a race between the Ferrari SF90 Stradale and the Rimac Nevera. Forget about close; the Ferrari wasn’t even in the league as the Nevera ripped the 1,000-horsepower Italian beast to shreds like it was a toy in a dog’s mouth.

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The Rimac Nevera Serves As a Reminder That Future Car Tuning Will Happen Via Software Updates

The Rimac Nevera Serves As a Reminder That Future Car Tuning Will Happen Via Software Updates

In the future, Rimac can add more than 100 horsepower to the Nevera without ever coming into contact with the car.

Today, tuning a car requires either having a lot of know-how and technology, or dropping your car off at an aftermarket tuner like Hennessey, ABT Sportsline, or Brabus among many, many others. We’re already to a point where tuning has gone beyond simple bolt-on upgrades or deeper engine work with computer remapping capable of adding, in some cases, 100 horsepower or more depending on the car. In the future, however, going to a tuner will be obsolete, much like going to a store and renting a movie or video game is today. The first car to legitimately prove that, is the all-new Rimac Nevera.

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The Rimac Nevera Is a $2 Million Compact Hypercar With Aggressive Ambitions

The Rimac Nevera Is a $2 Million Compact Hypercar With Aggressive Ambitions

Some of the Rimac Nevera’s accolades include 0-60 mph in 1.85 seconds, top speed of 258 mph, and quarter-mile in 8.6 seconds!

Three years after previewing the C_Two concept, Rimac has finally unveiled the production version called the Nevera. The Nevera is an all-electric, 1,900+ horsepower electric vehicle that can sprint to 60 mph from rest in just 1.85 seconds! It comes with a WLTP-estimated range of 342 miles and even supports fast charging with speeds of up to 500 kW. Rimac will build just 150 examples of Nevera and comes with a sticker price of €2 million (approximately $2.5 million) a pop. Are you willing to put your money on this Croatian product?

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Mate Rimac Talks Straight-Line Performance in The Rimac C Two

Mate Rimac Talks Straight-Line Performance in The Rimac C Two

Mate Rimac’s in-depth introduction to the soon-to-be in production Rimac Concept Two

Rimac Automobili’s YouTube channel hits us with more details regarding the Rimac Concept Two’s straight-line performance. We already know that the Rimac Concept Two will be a very quick car. The combined power of its electric propulsion system is 1,914 horsepower (1,408 kilowatts) and 1,696 pound-feet (2,300 Nm). Mate Rimac – the founder of Rimac Automobili hits us with some new details about the hyper EV. We already know that, in a straight line, the C Two will be insanely quick. The 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) sprint takes just 1.85 seconds.

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Explore The Challenges In Perfecting the Aerodynamic Prowess of the Rimac C Two

Explore The Challenges In Perfecting the Aerodynamic Prowess of the Rimac C Two

Sure, aerodynamics is about performance, but efficiency matters, too

There are a lot of facets to developing a hypercar. A long list of parameters and features must work perfectly together or by themselves, and the ability to cut through air or generate downforce are not to be ignored.

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The Rimac C Two, Which Doesn't Even Have a Real Name, Is Not Completely Sold Out

The Rimac C Two, Which Doesn’t Even Have a Real Name, Is Not Completely Sold Out

The first-year production run, on the other hand, has been scooped up

The Rimac C_Two has been in development for the better part of two years, and even though the final production version hasn’t been revealed, the Czech automaker hasn’t had trouble attracting prospective customers.

No, Rimac hasn’t sold the C_Two’s entire production run, but it has filled up the supercar’s production allocation for the first year. That’s the word from no less than Rimac’s head honcho Mate Rimac, who took to Facebook to clarify rumors that all 150 planned units of the C_Two are already accounted for.

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When You Buy A Rimac C Two, You Smile A Lot

When You Buy A Rimac C Two, You Smile A Lot

Watching this video will make you wish you were Nico Rosberg

Nico Rosberg lives a relatively charmed life, at least compared to most of the world’s population. After winning the 2016 Formula One Driver’s Championship, Rosberg retired like a boss, ensuring that he left the sport sitting on the mountaintop.

Since then, the German driver has dabbled in driver management, television hosting, and eco-entrepreneurship. But just because Rosberg has been gone from motor racing for four years, that doesn’t mean his thirst for speed and performance has dissipated. On the contrary, Rosberg remains a driver/racer at heart, and his latest car purchase proves as much. In the event that you’re desperate to own a Rimac C-Two but you can’t afford one, now’s a good chance to live vicariously through Nico Rosberg, who proudly showed off his latest four-wheeled acquisition, much to our collective jealousy.

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Rimac Wants You To Know That the C Two Hypercar is More Than Capable of Drifting

Rimac Wants You To Know That the C Two Hypercar is More Than Capable of Drifting

If You Turn Off The Electric Aids, the Rimac C_Two Can Do All Kinds of Tricks

Croatia’s very own all-electric hypercar maker Rimac is busy making the C_Two, a semi-autonomous, 1914-horsepower rival to anything the established bunch has to offer.

While we wait to see how a C_Two off the production line really feels like, the company teases us with the car’s myriad of features out of which, obviously, we picked this one because you know as well as we do that 1,696 pound-feet of torque doesn’t mean much unless it can all be translated into clouds of tire smoke.

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