rimac Stories December 1, 2017

Rimac, a Croatian electric vehicle startup, has long been a leader in electric hypercars with the Concept-One. Tesla disrupted that market with the unveiling of its next-gen Roadster last month and setting the bar for any upcoming electric hypercar – or any supercar really.

But Rimac is now about ready to answer with a new hypercar. The company released a teaser (pictured above and below) of the vehicle to be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March. expand full story

rimac Stories June 28, 2017

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

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rimac 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

rimac Stories April 11, 2017

During the 2015 and 2016 editions of the famous Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Challenge, Croatian electric hypercar maker Rimac partnered with Team APEV and MONSTER SPORT, led by the racing legend Nobuhiro “Monster” Tajima, to build a 1.1 MW all-electric racecar.

Today, they released a really interesting video that chronicles the journey of building and racing that car. expand full story

rimac 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 Stories February 16, 2017

Almost all supercars, or what are now referred to as “hypercars”, are coming out with at least some form of electric powertrain these days, like the Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1, or the Porsche 918 Spyder.

Aston Martin with its upcoming new AM-RB 001 hypercar in partnership with Red Bull Advanced Technologies is apparently no exception and will have a hybrid powertrain. The British automaker announced this week that the battery pack of its hybrid system will be manufactured by none other than Rimac, the maker of the all-electric Concept_One supercar. expand full story

rimac 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 Stories November 4, 2016

Rimac Automobili is best known for being the maker of the all-electric 1 MW supercar, Concept_One, but the small Croatian company is slowly positioning itself as a supplier for automakers that want to make performance electric cars.

Now a Rimac executive is teasing a new round of investment to finance mass production of Rimac’s battery and powertrain technologies to supply OEMs. expand full story

rimac Stories October 6, 2016

Rimac is better known for building the Concept_One, a $1-million all-electric supercar, but the company also builds high-end electric bikes called ‘Greyp’. This week, they unveiled the latest version of the Greyp and it has even crazier specs than the previous versions. expand full story

rimac Stories August 16, 2016

British racer and YouTuber Archie Hamilton went all the way to Croatia in order to put a Tesla Model S P90D and a LaFerrari against Rimac’s Concept_One on the 1/4 mile. Unsurprisingly for those familiar with the all-electric Concept_One, it easily won all the runs. expand full story

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