Electric hypercar manufacturer Rimac Group has delivered its latest peek behind its factory doors in Jankomir, Croatia, taking YouTube’s Misha Charoudin on a tour, which includes a cafeteria loaded with clementines, the Rimac Nevera assembly lines, and a look at Mate Rimac’s private vehicle collection. What may be most interesting about this hour-long video seen below is Rimac’s confidence in its technology, sharing extensive design details while imploring others to try and do it better.Expand Expanding Close
Rimac Nevera has set a new top speed record for electric production cars with an impressive 258 mph (412 km/h).Expand Expanding Close
Less than a week after start of production for its first scaled electric hypercar, Rimac Group continues to expand its growing EV battery business, offering a one-two punch in a relatively nascent industry. Rimac is reportedly developing 46mm battery cells of various heights, similar to Tesla’s more energy dense 4680 cells that have recently begun rolling out in its EVs.Expand Expanding Close
After years of development and jumping through hoops to get the Nevera on the road, which will likely usher in the next generation of top-performance vehicles, Rimac has finally started production of the Nevera electric hypercar.
Deliveries to customers are imminent.Expand Expanding Close
Electric hypercar manufacturer Rimac Automobili shared news of completing winter testing of its 1,914 horsepower Nevera EV. The two weeks of vigorous testing near the Arctic Circle in Sweden mark one of the last validation tests for the Rimac Nevera ahead of deliveries within “the next couple of months.”Expand Expanding Close
Electric hypercar manufacturer Rimac Automobili recently completed the final crash test for its upcoming Nevera EV, capping off a four-year process to achieve global approval and market access. With the completion of this final test, Rimac Automobili can move forward toward production and deliveries to those 150 fortunate people who hold reservations.Expand Expanding Close
Previously, we’ve covered the most expensive consumer electric vehicles on the road in 2022, focused on vehicles you’re more likely to actually see on the road. Much of the feedback in the comments relayed that many of the EVs listed weren’t truly the most expensive. While we’d argue that original list pertains more to the most expensive vehicles to reach series production for consumers, we hear you. Now, you also have a list of the most expensive electric vehicles that exist on planet Earth, regardless if they’re actually available for sale. Enjoy.Expand Expanding Close
Electric hypercar manufacturer Rimac Automobili has officially begun erecting its new €200 million ($224 million) headquarters in Zagreb, Croatia, after breaking ground months ago. According to Rimac Group, the state-of-the-art R&D and production facilities will combine to make the campus one of the largest in Europe when it’s completed in 2023.Expand Expanding Close
A Tesla Model S Plaid has taken on a Rimac Nevera in what is undeniably the most powerful drag race with production cars.
Those production cars just happen to be electric.Expand Expanding Close
Rimac is today announcing the Nevera, the next evolution and production version of its Concept_Two electric hypercar.Expand Expanding Close