Rimac Nevera fearless even on snow and ice (VIDEO)

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Croatian manufacturer of electric hypercars Rimac Automobili will start the first deliveries of the electric model Rimac Nevera in the next few months, after this vehicle successfully completed all safety tests.

The latest test took Nevera to icy and snow-covered trails at Pirelli’s Sotozero Center near the Arctic Circle in Sweden.

Due to the unusually high daytime temperatures, the Rimac team performed tests at night when temperatures dropped to -15 ° C.

“The process of testing in cold weather was an opportunity to further improve Nevera before the first deliveries that await us in a few months. Even after two weeks spent at temperatures around -15 ° C and a rather demanding testing regime, our prototype met 100 percent of expectations so we know that all our systems can work reliably in extreme conditions, ”said Mate Rimac, CEO Rimac group.

The two-week tests in Sweden served as an opportunity to test the Nevera with its recommended winter tires – Pirelli P Zero Winter, and the results are exactly what the company expected, said the main driver Miroslav Zrncevic.

The 1,914-horsepower electric Rimac Nevera has already passed homologation safety tests for the US and the EU, and the next step is delivery to the first owners.

This model is equipped with a 120 kWh battery, can move at a maximum speed of 412 km / h, while acceleration from zero to 100 km / h is achieved in just 1.97 seconds. Although it seems that the Nevera, due to its super-performance, is intended exclusively for professional runners, the company claims that it can be driven by less experienced drivers.

Milena Maglovski

Source: Energetski portal Srbije by www.energetskiportal.rs.

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