New World Record For Fastest E-Car
Rimac's Nevera Clocks at 258 MPH
World's Fastest Accelerating Production Car
The Rimac Nevera all-electric car has been crowned the world's fastest e-car. It is also the world's fastest accelerating production car. Recently on a racetrack in Germany, the e-car hit 258 mph. It's an all-electric hypercar that turns heads on the racetrack and as a grand tourer on the road for everyday commuting. Additionally, it has stunning style and design. It is the innovative creation of famous, 34-year-old, Croatian automaker Mate Rimac, who predicted in 2018 that he would deliver an all-electric hypercar capable of hitting the exact speed of 258 mph. His successes are remarkable.
The automotive performance that it delivers is unprecedented. The 2-door coupe has two electric motors that deliver 1,914 hp and 1, 740 lb-ft of torque to all 4 wheels. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 1.85 seconds or hit a quarter mile in 8.582 seconds. The top speed, 258 mph that it delivers, is one-third the speed of sound. That speed record on the German track was on normal, road-legal tires, the Michelan Cup 2 Rs. The battery power is 120 kWH and provides 351 miles on a charge. The battery is capable of recharging from 0 to 80% in 22 minutes. It is an epic new ride for both the racetrack and the road. Rimac is a hot electric brand. VW has created a Joint Venture between Rimac and Bugatti. Porsche has also invested in the company. And, if you are wondering if you can buy the Nevera, you can, for a mere $2.4 million.