Matte Rimac, CEO of Rimac, and Richard Hammond, host of Amazon Prime’s The Grand Tour, gave an interview about what happened earlier this month when Hammond crashed down a hill in Switzerland while testing the company’s all-electric supercar, the Concept_One. expand full story
Rimac Concept_One Stories June 28, 2017
Rimac Concept_One Stories June 10, 2017
While filming the second season of the Amazon Prime’s The Grand Tour in Switzerland earlier today, ex-Top Gear host Richard Hammond crashed a $1 million Rimac Concept_One all-electric supercar.
Fortunately, Hammond reportedly “suffered no serious injury”, but the rare vehicle was completely destroyed. expand full story
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Rimac Concept_One Stories March 7, 2017
All-electric hypercar maker Rimac is at the Geneva Motor Show today to unveil the latest version of its Concept_One and to announce new distribution deals in Europe, Middle-East and the USA.
The 2018 model year Concept_One features an upgraded powertrain that makes the already insane performance of the all-electric vehicle even more impressive. expand full story
Rimac Concept_One Stories February 3, 2017
Despite having first unveiled the all-electric Concept_One supercar in 2011, only a handful of units ever made their way to customers. The company first announced entering production in 2013 and a few customers took delivery, but then they made improvements to the car and claimed that 2016 was their first full year of production.
They are only now starting to deliver those “production Concept_One” units and a company official says they plan on delivering 8 units. expand full story
Rimac Concept_One Stories January 15, 2017
The Bugatti Veyron is often considered the ‘best supercar ever made‘ by petrol-heads and it even won ‘Car of the Decade’ by Top Gear, which is why it’s interesting to put it against an all-electric supercar.
Rimac took the challenge with its Concept_One and won a drag race against a Veyron. expand full story
Rimac Concept_One Stories December 21, 2016
Last month, we reported that the Croatia-based all-electric supercar maker Rimac Automobili was in the process of raising a significant round of financing to support its development work for OEMs. The company is now teasing some “secret projects” with other automakers as it expands its production facility. expand full story