The Rimac Nevera

From C_Two to The Nevera, Rimac has Invested a Significant Amount of Resources

Rimac Nevera

The CEO of Bugatti-Rimac, Mate Rimac, was eager to reminisce via a Facebook post

Rimac Nevera

After five years of development, over a thousand people working on the project, the production of 17 prototypes, 45 crash tests, nine cars wrecked during crash tests, and thousands of other tests, the first Nevera is now available for ordinary registration

It will be intriguing to see them on the charts of Monaco, the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, Japan, Canada, etc.

The first Nevera was registered in Mate's native Croatia. 

It will soon be registered in a number of additional nations, including Monaco, the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, and the United States, and Rimac appears eager to see the Nevera enter these markets.

After five years of development, the Nevera is Rimac's second production automobile.

A quad-motor configuration that generates a mind-boggling 1,914 horsepower and 2,360 Newton-meters of torque. In 1.97 seconds, the battery-powered hypercar can reach 100 kilometers per hour  (62 miles per hour).

It will sell for approximately €2 million or $2.1 million at current exchange rates

Available in three trim levels: GT, Signature, and Timeless, with a Bespoke edition for additional customization

The first registered Nevera will not be identical to any other Neveras.

“Even in the cafe every element of productivity and smart tech moments are accounted for.”