The Rimac Nevera Just Set A Wild Electric Car Speed Record


In its latest update on the Nevera, Rimac says its hypercar was taken to Germany where it had nearly 2.5 miles of straight track at Automotive Testing Papenburg to unleash its full power. The company’s Chief Test and Development Driver Miro Zrnčević drove the car during this exercise, bringing the car to 258 miles per hour. That gives the company and its electric hypercar two new bragging rights: it is the fastest car to have put its tires on the Automotive Testing Papenburg track, and it is also officially the fastest EV car in production.

This is a milestone moment for Rimac, which first introduced Nevera under the name C-Two in 2018 at the Geneva Motor Show. If you make your way behind the wheel of one of these EVs, however, don’t expect to hit the same top speed. Rimac says the Nevera units delivered to buyers are limited to 219 miles per hour except in special cases. That’s still quite fast, of course, and the speed is made possible by four electric motors collectively outputting 1,914 horsepower. As expected, the hypercar is limited to only the wealthiest buyers due to its $2.4 million price tag. 



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