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 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.