Rimac Nevera unveiled with 1914 BHP & 0 - 100 in 1.85 seconds

Rimac has unveiled its new Nevera electric hypercar, with 1914 BHP and a top speed of 412 km/h.

Rimac Automobili has unveiled the final production version of its new Nevera electric hypercar. The Nevera is based on the brand's C_Two concept, showcased back in 2018.

The design of the Rimac Nevera remains similar to its concept version. However, the company claims to have made some changes, which have improved aerodynamic efficiency by up to 34% compared to the initial prototypes.

These changes include a slightly altered bonnet along with tweaks to the diffusers, splitters and radiators. The Nevera also features redesigned inlets and cooling channels, increasing cooling efficiency of both, the brakes and powertrain system by 30% at low speeds.

Rimac has also offered the Nevera with numerous active aero elements. This allows the electric hypercar to switch between 'high downforce' to 'low-drag', to optimise the performance according to the driving scenario.

On the inside, the Rimac Nevera features three high-definition screens - one for the instrument cluster, one for the central infotainment system and another screen for the passenger. It will also come with leather upholstery and tactile aluminium rotary dials and switches.

Powering the Rimac Nevera are four electric motors - one for each wheel. The motors are paired with a 120kWh H-shaped lithium-ion battery pack, designed by Rimac. The electric powertrain offers a combined output of 1,914 BHP and 2,360 Nm.

In terms of performance, Rimac claims that the Nevera is capable of accelerating from 0 - 100 km/h in just 1.85 seconds, with the quarter-mile coming up in 8.6 seconds. The car has a claimed top speed of 412 km/h. The Nevera is claimed to offer a range of 547 km on a single charge (WLTP cycle).

The Rimac Nevera comes with seven driving modes - Sport, Drift, Comfort, Range, Track and two individual modes. It also comes with an AI driving coach and a host of connected technologies.

Rimac has announced that only 150 units of the Nevera will be produced. Each of these electric hypercars will come with a price tag starting at 2 million euros and will be manufactured in Zagreb, Croatia.

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