Rimac Automobili of Croatia created and built the Rimac Nevera, an all-electric sports automobile. In August 2021, the very first production prototype automobile was released. Rimac plans to build 150 cars and is now homologating them for the international market. Nevera is made in the same factory as the Pininfarina Battista, and at the same rate (about one per week).
The new Rimac Nevera electric hypercar, which will make its debut in 2022, is designed to be fast. With a top speed of 258 mph (415 km/h), the Nevera promises to be both the fastest and the most powerful car ever built. Accelerating automobile and the fastest electric car in the world, according to the modest Croatian company
The automaker came to Los Angeles to show potential customers the preproduction Nevera, and in between meetings, they handed the keys to its $2.4 million baby. The only rules? The car is due back in an hour, so hurry!.
Nevera is the Croatian word for abrupt and brief storms, typically accompanied by lightning, that occur mostly along the Adriatic coast of Croatia.
Rimac Nevera Exterior
Even though the Rimac Nevera is powered by gigantic 120kWh batteries and four electric motors, it nonetheless has the sleek, low-slung proportions we’ve come to be associated with exotic high-performance supercars and hypercars.
Its aggressive front end is littered with dramatic scoops, cooling vents, and air intakes, and carbon fiber is used extensively throughout. Its 20-inch alloy wheels may not be as big as you’d think, but they look great and sit beside some impressive carbon-ceramic brakes.
There’s even more carbon fiber around the back (the entire body is built of it), as well as a big spoiler that lifts and lowers depending on how fast you’re going. A massive rear diffuser, as well as an active venturi tunnel, is intended to keep Nevera glued to the tarmac at high speeds. In the realm of outrageous hypercars, the Nevera’s style is actually quite conservative – which isn’t always a negative thing. It looks excellent, for what it’s worth.
Rimac Nevera Interior
Everything in the Rimac Nevera’s interior is fully unique, with the exception of the Audi R8-sourced air-conditioning unit. There are no switches or stalks from major manufacturers. Instead, it’s all luxury leathers, sporty-feeling Alcantara, and exposed carbon fibre, which is exactly what a £1.7 million hypercar should be.
The driving position is extremely low-slung, but getting into or out of the Nevera is still a breeze. That isn’t something you can say about every hypercar you come across. Meanwhile, the electronic instrument cluster and Rimac’s proprietary infotainment system are both attractive and functional, even if we would have chosen a lighter color palette.
Although luggage room is limited, but when has functionality ever been a selling point for a high-end hypercar? The car has a 100-liter boot at the back, but it’s somewhat shallow due to the batteries’ placement. If you want to get the most out of it, you’ll need to invest in Rimac’s custom-designed luggage kit.
The air vents look a little plasticky in comparison with the rest of the car, and the touchscreen used to manage everything inside the car are our only genuine complaints about Nevera’s interior.
Features of Rimac Nevera
While the car is claimed to have an effective range of 647 km (402 mi) on the NEDC cycle and 550 km (340 mi) on the WLTP cycle, it is also claimed to be capable of completing 2 consecutive laps of the Nürburgring with minimal performance degradation. The car, according to Rimac, was meant to be extremely durable and capable of being driven hard. Furthermore, the vehicle is technically proficient in Level 4 autonomous driving with full Driver-assist technologies. It can be charged to 80% in less than 30 minutes when connected to a fast charger. The car has a completely new design and no longer has traditional doors, instead opting for butterfly doors.
Battery and Performance of Rimac Nevera
Surface-mounted magnet motors drive each of the Nevera’s four tires individually. They create 1,427 kW (1,914 horsepower) and 2,360 Nm (1,741 lbfft) of torque when combined. The front and rear wheels are connected by a single-stage gearbox.
The Nevera is said to be capable of accelerating from 0 to 97 km/h (0–60 mph) in 1.85 seconds, making it the world’s fastest-accelerating production car. It will go from 0 to 161 km/h in 4.3 seconds, 0–299 km/h in 9.3 seconds, and has a maximum speed of 412 km/h, as per Rimac Automobili.
Price of Rimac Nevera
Rimac Automobili has put a staggering price of 2.4 million dollars for the Nevera, but when compared to the performance it gives, it seems like a total bargain.
Put out quite simply, the Rimac Nevera is the most exciting electric car on this planet. It is phenomenally expensive, but the performance is out of this world. If you have the means to purchase it, it’s a 10/10 bang for the buck.