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Rimac Nevera Becomes Road-Legal As First Unit Gets License Plates

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1,914-horsepower Rimac Nevera hypercar becomes road-legal as first unit gets license plates.

It comes after 5 years of development, 17 prototypes produced, 45 crash tests, 9 cars destroyed during crash tests. 

The two-seat hypercar uses four electric motors, and will hit 60 mph in 1.85 seconds in ideal conditions. 

The Rimac Nevera costs around €2 million, which equates to $2.1 million at the current exchange rates.





Rimac Nevera Becomes Road-Legal As First Unit Gets License PlatesMate Rimac, the founder of electric super sports car maker Rimac Automobili and EV powertrain components supplier Rimac Technology, has posted photos of the first Rimac Nevera hypercar that received license plates.

This is an important milestone for the Croatian brand as it means the Nevera, which will be made in a limited run of 150 units, is now finally road-legal and can embark on its final journey: being delivered to customers.

“After 5 years of development, over 1,000 people in the project, 17 prototypes produced, 45 crash tests, 9 cars destroyed during crash tests, and thousands of other tests – today the first Nevera is regularly registered. For now in Croatia and soon in many other countries.”

The photos shared by Mate Rimac reveal a turquoise-painted Nevera with Croatian license plates from the country’s capital city of Zagreb. A sequence of letters and numbers after “ZG” reference to the electric hypercar’s monumental peak torque of 2,360 Nm (1,740 lb-ft).

The Rimac Nevera is designed, engineered and handcrafted in Croatia at the company’s production facility in Sveta Nedelja just outside Zagreb. The spectacular hypercar is powered by a quad-motor electric powertrain making 1,888 horsepower (1,914 PS or 1.4 MW) and 2,360 Nm (1,740 lb-ft) of torque.





The Nevera’s performance figures are out of this world : 0-62 mph (0 100 km/h) takes 1.97 seconds, 0-186 mph (0-300 km/h) takes 9.3 seconds, the quarter-mile is covered in under 8.6 seconds, and the top speed is 256 mph (412 km/h).

The motors draw power from a 120-kWh Lithium Manganese Nickel battery pack that can take up to 500 kW of DC fast charging for a 0-80 SoC time of 19 minutes. The estimated WLTP range is 550 kilometers (341 miles) based on preliminary testing and simulations.

The Rimac Nevera costs around €2 million, which equates to $2.1 million at the current exchange rates.





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