On May 18th, Gizcoupon reported that Rimac Nevera, an all-electric Hypercar designed and manufactured by the Croatian automaker Rimac Automobili, has garnered attention for its powerful performance. Recently, at the 4-kilometer straight track of the ATP Automotive Testing Papenburg in Germany, the Rimac Nevera achieved an impressive feat by setting 23 performance records in just one day. Moreover, the most noteworthy record was its 0-400 kilometers per hour acceleration, accomplished in a mere 21.31 seconds.
Established in 2009, Rimac Automobili has been dedicated to developing cutting-edge electric Hypercars. They launched their first electric car Concept_One in 2016. It is one of the fastest production cars in the world at the time, despite only producing eight units. The second electric vehicle from Rimac, the Concept_Two, made its debut in 2018. However, it eventually evolved into the production version known as the Nevera. Rimac promises a larger production scale for the Nevera, with plans to manufacture 150 units, each priced at $2.4 million. While the price tag is undoubtedly substantial, as the saying goes, you get what you pay for.
Six months ago, Rimac claimed the highest top speed record for electric vehicles with the Nevera. Now, However, Rimac has achieved an additional 23 performance records. It proclaims the Nevera as an “unparalleled record-breaking Hypercar.” These records have been independently verified by third-party companies Dewesoft and RaceLogic. Additionally, it has professional teams on-site to ensure the integrity of all equipment. In addition to the 0-400 kilometers per hour acceleration record, the Nevera has also set records for the quarter-mile sprint, standing mile (reaching top speed within one mile), and 100-0 kilometers per hour braking distance. The team even notes that the Nevera surpasses the officially announced 0-60 miles per hour acceleration of 1.85 seconds, achieving it in just 1.74 seconds.
It has a 120-kilowatt-hour battery pack and four electric motors, each paired with a tire, giving it impressive performance. The entire system generates a maximum power of 1,942PS and a peak torque of 2,362N.m. Currently, the Rimac Nevera holds the title of the world’s fastest-production electric vehicle.