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1900 HP Rimac Nevera enters production; could cost USD 2.5 million

1900 HP Rimac Nevera enters production; could cost USD 2.5 million
1900 HP Rimac Nevera enters production; could cost USD 2.5 million

Recent reports have suggested that the hypercar division of Croatian carmaker Rimac Automobili, has successfully begun producing the USD 2.5 million worth Nevera hypercar EV. This vehicle has been dubbed the world’s fastest production car and a symbol of the company’s advanced battery technology.

The lustrous, 1,914-horsepower two-seater is the first model to be launched under the partnership deal between French supercar manufacturer Bugatti Automobiles S. A. S. and Nevera, a startup also known to be one of the two unicorns in Croatia. Interestingly, the company has showcased impressive growth in recent times claiming that its EV hypercar can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 1.85 seconds.

Reliable sources claimed that the success of this venture would prove to be beneficial for Rimac’s technology subsidiary which provides advanced electric vehicle (EV) technology and other components to some of the best luxury car makers in the world, including Porsche and Pininfarina.

Notably, the Croatian car manufacturer is known to specialize in providing advanced battery technology that mainly focuses on technically sound driver assistance systems, software optimization, and energy storage.

Initially, Rimac’s limited edition hypercars managed to grab eyeballs in the business. Leveraging on this aspect along with the tech subsidiary, the founder and CEO Mate Rimac asserted that the organization’s eventual target would be to produce tens of thousands of EV components each year, leading to a much-awaited IPO in the forthcoming years.

It is worth mentioning that components of Nevera are slated to be manufactured at Rimac-owned facilities, thereby enabling the company to take control over its supply chain, while also providing a private testing center to develop battery electric systems.

Elaborating on the current scenario, the company stated that it has spent over two years redesigning Nevera’s powertrain, while also directing its focus on developing a next-generation battery system, gearbox, inverter, infotainment console, motor, and other control mechanisms for the car.

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https://techcrunch.com/2022/07/12/rimac-begins-production-of-its-2-5-million-nevera-hypercar-ev/

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