At the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show (GIMS) Rimac displayed the world’s most powerful electric hypercar, the Rimac C_Two, demonstrating the company’s expertise in high-performance vehicle systems.
The Rimac C_Two was launched in 2018.
With prototypes now in production, it will soon take its final shape, and in 2020 bring its performance to the streets around the world showing just how far (and fast!) the technology of the all-electric future can go.
Its core technology is in-house designed and engineered full carbon fiber monocoque with the battery and powertrain integrated within. Powered by a four-motor powertrain system with 1.914 horsepower and instantly available 2300 Nm of torque, the C_Two accelerates 0-60 mph in 1.85 seconds and reaches 300 kph in 11.8 seconds. The 120 kWh battery capacity enables 550 km of range in the WLTP cycle (650 km NEDC). These figures have taken the world by surprise, but with Rimac’s new development efforts, the C_Two can, and will, see upgrades. With prototypes in production, the C_Two will soon take its final shape, and in 2020 bring its performance to the streets around the world showing just how far (and fast!) the technology of the all-electric future can go.
The C_Two is finished in Galactic White with deep blue tinted carbon-fiber elements. The interior is handcrafted in-house, with matte carbon fiber complimenting petroleum blue leather and contrast stitching.
This specification speaks for the elegant, yet electrifying profile of the C_Two.