Rimac’s Nevera EV Hypercar Can Hit 60 MPH In A Blistering 1.85 Seconds

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With the proliferation of hypercars these days, it can be difficult to be impressed anymore. It seems like every other week a new brand emerges with some crazy-looking car claiming mind-boggling performance specs, and the market is becoming oversaturated to the point where it’s almost getting boring. But once in a while, a new hypercar comes along that still makes us sit up straight and take notice, and that’s what we have in the 2022 Rimac Nevera.

Croatian Rimac Automobili is no stranger to the hypercar segment. The all-electric manufacturer’s debut hypercar, the Concept One, made waves in 2013 as one of the world’s fastest-accelerating cars with the ability to go from 0-60mph in 2.5 seconds. But the Nevera blows that out of the water. Rimac’s newest electric hypercar can hit sixty in just 1.85 seconds, which will become a new production car world record if officially verified. The car’s four electric motors — one per wheel — have a total combined power output of 1,914 horsepower and 1,741 lb.-ft. of torque — both marks among the highest ever. The Nevera’s monocoque chassis with integrated structural battery pack, bonded roof, and rear subframe are all carbon fiber and were developed in-house, and the car’s top speed is a healthy 258mph. Production on the Nevera will be limited to 150 units, and you can learn more by visiting Rimac’s website.

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