Rimac Nevera

The Rimac Nevera (pronounced: [rǐːmat͡s něʋeːra]) is an all-electric sports car designed and manufactured by the Croatian automotive manufacturer Rimac Automobili. The first production prototype car was released in August 2021. Nevera production has been limited to 150 vehicles. Having completed crash testing for homologation, Rimac plans to deliver the Nevera to customers in mid-2022. The Nevera is manufactured in the same factory and at the same rate (of roughly 1 per week) as the Pininfarina Battista, which is based on the same platform.

The car was unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show under the Name "Rimac Concept Two" (sometimes called the "Rimac C_Two") but renamed to Rimac Nevera upon its launch. It is the automaker's second car after the Rimac Concept One and is described as "the ultimate electric hypercar driving experience".

The name Nevera comes from the Croatian word for sudden and short storms, usually accompanied by lightning, which occur primarily along the Croatian Adriatic coast.

While also advertising a maximum range of 647 km (402 mi) on the NEDC cycle, and 550 km (340 mi) on the WLTP cycle, the car is also claimed to be able to complete two consecutive laps of the Nürburgring with a negligible drop in performance. Rimac claims the car was designed to be very durable and could be driven hard. In addition to this, the car is technologically capable of Level 4 of autonomous driving with full advanced driver-assistance system (ADAS). If connected to a fast charger, it can be recharged to 80% in less than 30 minutes. The car features an entirely new design and does away with the conventional doors, now incorporating butterfly doors instead. It also has a fire extinguisher in the back held in by a leather strap embossed with the words "In case of hill climb, extinguish fire"; a reference to The Grand Tour host Richard Hammond who crashed a Concept One during a hill climb, causing it to catch on fire.

Torque:                                       2299 Nm (1696 lb-ft)

Transmission:                             single-speed gearbox, twin two-speed gearboxes

Layout:                                        middle engine, all wheel drive

Curb weight:                               2150 kg (4740 lbs)


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