Clearing the pervious Nürburgring EV record of the Tesla Model S Plaid by an astonishing 20 seconds, the Rimac Nevera is King of EVs.
Less than two seconds 0-60 is insane, but is a “below one second” time even possible? Sure, you can put all the power in the world into a car, but surely modern tires have a long way to go before you are able to hook-up all the power in the world on the road.
Sporting four electric motors with a combined output of 1000 horsepower, a top speed of 190mph and a range of 150 miles, the Croatia based EV startup responsible for this gas-free super sports car also holds the record for the fastest accelerating EV in the world – a converted 1984 BMW E30 which served as a test mule for the Concept One. And Rimac says the Concept One is ready for production today.