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Starting from an electrical DIY on an old BMW 3 Series E30, Mate Rimac is now at the head of the Bugatti-Rimac company. This is…
Starting from an electrical DIY on an old BMW 3 Series E30, Mate Rimac is now at the head of the Bugatti-Rimac company. It’s his company behind the Nevera, a supercar that reigns at the top of the electric car food chain.
After more than five years of development, the supercar is now a reality: the first copies are on the assembly lines, the registrations arrive and the very first car of a series of 150 copies has just been delivered.
Will the 1,914 hp of the Rimac Nevera impress Nico Rosberg?
Its lucky owner is a regular in high performance since it is neither more nor less than Nico Rosberg, Formula 1 world champion in 2016 and youtuber in his spare time from motor sports. He is thus lucky to receive the chassis stamped #001, in full-black configuration (except the rims, phew!), which actually comes after the #000, property of Rimac.
And because it’s always good to remember them, let’s talk about the numbers: the Rimac Nevera has 1,914 hp for 2,360 Nm of torque. It can run, that’s the word, the 0-100 km/h in 1.97 s and the 0-300 km/h in 9.7 s. All for a range of 462 km under normalized conditions. The price of the machine? Just over two million euros.
The Rimac Nevera explodes the chrono’ even on the Ionity terminals