Nevera – record-breaking hypercar by Rimac Automobili

Rimac Automobili, unveiled the Nevera, an all-electric, 1914hp, 258mph, €2m hypercar designed and engineered to unleash an unprecedented level of performance.

“This is it. This is the car I had in mind when I embarked on the ‘impossible’ journey ten years ago. All our hard work has resulted in the Nevera – our record-breaking hypercar. This car was born to outperform and raise the bar, redefining the norm for performance cars. And not only in performance – but as an overall package,” said Mate Rimac, Founder and CEO of Rimac Automobili.

Named after a force of nature

Fittingly, the Nevera bears a proud Croatian name and one that genuinely reflects the prodigious performance the car can unleash in the blink of an eye. The name was given by the locals to a quick, unexpected, and mighty Mediterranean storm that races across the open sea off Croatia. Nevera is extremely powerful and charged by lightning.

RIMAC NEVERA/Storm, photo credit by Rimac Automobili, CRoatia

RIMAC NEVERA/Storm, photo credit by Rimac Automobili, CRoatia

Appearing with exceptional speed and potency, Rimac’s next-generation hypercar shares Nevera’s name and looks set to leave a similarly disruptive effect on the global hypercar market. And, like the force of nature, it is named after, it is just as adept at transforming its character in an instant – from assured and comfortable grand tourer to ultra-focused performance machine.

RIMAC NEVERA/Storm, photo credit by Rimac Automobili, CRoatia

RIMAC NEVERA/Storm, photo credit by Rimac Automobili, CRoatia

The Nevera is the production-ready iteration of the Rimac C_Two concept car revealed at the International Geneva Motor Show in 2018.

“When we first revealed the C_Two, we set our targets extremely high. There was nothing else that could even come close to matching the car’s cutting-edge electric powertrain and extreme performance. But for us, that was only the starting point,” explains Mate Rimac, Founder and CEO of Rimac Automobili.

With the majority of key components of the Nevera developed in-house at Rimac’s HQ in Croatia, all systems have been improved and enhanced since the initial prototypes to deliver on the ambitious performance targets set for at the beginning of the project in 2018.

“Everyone at Rimac is driven by curiosity and a desire to push things to the absolute limit. With its combination of everyday use and 1914hp performance, the Nevera proves what is possible when there are no restraints placed on technology, development, or ambition. We have now unveiled a car that pushes the hypercar market to a higher level. We have utilized the full potential of the electric powertrain today, proving what we’ve always been saying – that electric hypercar, in the form of the Nevera, is beyond exciting, and that is as thrilling on the track, as it is cosseting crossing continents.”

We will be making just 150 examples of the Nevera, every single unit crafted in Croatia from passion and admiration for cars.” was excited  Mate Rimac, Founder and CEO of Rimac Automobili.

Form follows function

Rimac favors lean and effective engineering at every stage, and that philosophy is exemplified in the form-follows-function nature of the Nevera’s timeless, elegant design. It is applied to every single detail, including Rimac’s signature ‘cravat’ feature, which is incorporated into its flanks.

RIMAC NEVERA, photo credit by Rimac Automobili

RIMAC NEVERA, photo credit by Rimac Automobili

“Since the 17th Century, the necktie has provided a symbol of Croatian strength and identity, and we first paid tribute to it on our Concept­_One hypercar in 2011,” reveals Rimac Director of Design, Adriano Mudri’ And, like every element of the car’s design, it is there to provide a key function of the Nevera’s performance, serving as an air intake for the rear cooling systems.”

RIMAC NEVERA, FRONT. photo credit by RIMAC AUTOMOBILI, Croatia

RIMAC NEVERA, FRONT. photo credit by RIMAC AUTOMOBILI, Croatia

A comprehensive raft of changes to the Nevera’s bodywork, air diffusers, and intakes has delivered a 34 percent improvement in aerodynamic efficiency over the early prototypes­. The bonnet profile, the shape of the pillars, and the design of the diffusers, splitters, and radiators have all been intensively analyzed and refined to improve airflow and downforce. Inlets and cooling channels have been painstakingly developed to increase the cooling efficiency of both the brake and powertrain systems, resulting in a 30 percent improvement at low speeds and a seven percent enhancement at high speeds.

RIMAC NEVERA, photo credit by Rimac Automobili

RIMAC NEVERA, photo credit by Rimac Automobili

Out of this world acceleration – beating the ambitious targets

With the ability to sprint to 60mph in 1.85 seconds and continue the acceleration all the way to a 412 km/h (258mph) top speed, the Nevera opens up a new dimension in hypercar performance. Accelerating from rest to 161 km/h (100 mph) requires just 4.3 seconds, and it maintains its eye-widening acceleration throughout a full-throttle cycle, achieving 186mph (300 km/h) from rest in 9,3 seconds, shredding a whole 2,5 seconds from the initial targets. Finally, it achieves a record-breaking 8,6 seconds quarter-mile time.

RIMAC NEVERA, photo credit Rimac Automobili, Croatia

RIMAC NEVERA, photo credit Rimac Automobili, Croatia

Driving the future

The key to Nevera’s exceptional performance is Rimac’s pioneering electric powertrain. Every component of the Nevera’s electric powertrain has been exhaustively reworked since its inception to deliver more torque, greater performance, and enhanced efficiency.

RIMAC, NEVERA, INTERIOR, photo credit by Rimac Automobili, Croatia

RIMAC, NEVERA, INTERIOR, photo credit by Rimac Automobili, Croatia

Personally signed by Mate Rimac 

Mate Rimac will personally test and sign off each of the Neveras before they are delivered to customers from the company’s current production site on the outskirts of Zagreb, Croatia.

RIMAC NEVERA

RIMAC NEVERA

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