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Rimac begins mass production of electric supercar Nevera

The supercar was developed and tested for five years

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(Source: ecomento.de)
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(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.

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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.

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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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