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The Rimac Nevera holds the title for the world’s fastest accelerating electric car. Produced by a Croatian car company founded in 2009, this electric supercar boasts numerous world records.

The Rimac Nevera electric supercar boasts an impressive maximum speed of 412km/h, made possible by its exceptional power output of up to 1914 horsepower and 2360Nm of torque.

The acceleration of this car, going from 0 to 100km/h in just 1.97 seconds, is incredibly impressive. To date, no other commercial vehicle model has managed to achieve such a remarkable speed.

The Rimac Nevera has outpaced the Tesla Model S Plaid, which had a top speed of over 320 km/h, to claim the title of the electric car with the highest maximum speed. The Nevera reaches an impressive speed of 412 km/h.

The exceptional power and performance of the Rimac Nevera are made possible by its four-wheel drive system, which is equipped with four individual electric motors. These motors deliver an impressive average of 478.5 horsepower and 590Nm of torque each.

The Rimac Nevera, despite having a massive capacity, consumes fuel at a rate that is only slightly higher than the average. This electric supercar can cover approximately 550km on a single charge, thanks to its 120kWh battery. Additionally, with the help of ultrafast 500kW charging, the car can quickly charge from 0-80%, which is equivalent to approximately 450km, in just 22 minutes.

The fastest electric supercar in the world

The carbon monocoque shell is one of the most revolutionary characteristics of this electric supercar. It has a remarkable torsional stiffness of 70,000 Nm/degree and serves as a protective covering for the battery block. Thanks to this carbon fiber monolithic cabin, the car achieves a weight reduction of 2,150 kg.

The Rimac Nevera, an electric supercar, comes with a hefty price tag of up to 2.4 million USD. However, acquiring one is no simple task, even for the affluent, as only 150 units are manufactured and distributed globally.