Rimac begins mass production of electric supercar Nevera

The supercar was developed and tested for five years


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(Source: ecomento.de)
(Source: ecomento.de)

Croatian electric vehicle manufacturer Rimac has started production of Nevera. According to the manufacturer, the first annual production of a car worth at least two million euros has already been sold out. A total of 150 copies of Nevera will be produced. Because colors and interiors can be customized, no two cars should be the same.


Rimac arranges shipments of Nevera through 25 trading partners. The manufacturer has developed its own diagnostic tools to support dealers in after-sales customer service. If necessary, a global command is available for troubleshooting.

The new Rimac electric supercar reaches speeds of over 400 km/h. It accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in just 1.85 seconds and 300 km/h should reach 9.3 seconds. This is made possible by an all-wheel drive system consisting of four 1408 kW (1914 hp) electric motors.


The supercar has a battery with a capacity of 120 kWh, which, according to the WLTP standard, allows you to drive 550 kilometers on a single charge. According to Rimac, the Nevera's low and center position in relation to the floor contributes to an "ultra-low" center of gravity, as well as a 48-52 weight distribution and better handling. Direct current (DC) fast charging is possible up to 500kW, charging from 0 to 80 percent in 22 minutes.

I really look forward to customers receiving their brand new, carefully tuned vehicles and sharing their driving pleasure stories

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