Rimac Nevera takes the hypercar market by storm. Or maybe it just sounds like a storm because, “Nevera” is the name of the unexpected Mediterranean storm that races across the open sea off Croatia. The Rimac Nevera has a very McLaren look to it.
No, wait. Actually it looks very much like the Pininfarina Battista Electric Hypercar! In other words, it is beautiful. However, it ain’t no copy of any car. While it was developed from the Rimac C_Two, Rimac Automobili said that “every single component has been improved and enhanced.”
The Nevera is essentially a production-ready iteration of the C_Two debuted in 2018. The Rimac Automobili Electric Nevera Hypercar was designed, engineered and built-in Croatia, and homologated for global use.
It is powered by 4 electric motors which produces a total of 1,914 horses and puts out a metal twisting 2,360 Nm (1,741 lb-ft) of torque. That’s a lot of power and torque for anyone’s hands.
The performance numbers are equally mind-bending. The Nevera is capable of wiping 0-60 in 1.85 seconds while quarter mile takes mere 8.6 seconds. It has a top speed of 412 km/h (258 mph) and has an WLTP range of 550 km (340 miles). It also touts 500 kW/19-minute recharge time from 0-80%.
Only 150 units will be produced, each commanding a princely sum of €2 million (or around US$2.42 million).
All images courtesy of Rimac Automobili.