Rimac Nevera on winter tests


Almost a year has passed since the premiere of the production version of the Rimac Nevera hypermodel, and this electric car is now approaching the first deliveries, as evidenced by the final winter tests.

Rimac announced that he had completed the last tests in cold weather at the Pirelli Center not far from the Arctic Circle and Sweden. The tests focused on adjusting the stability and grip system as well as the ABS system. Rimac tested Pirelli P Zero Winter tires at the same time, and the standard tires for this model are Michelin Pilot Sport 4S.

Miroslav Zrncevic, head of the test and test driver in Rimac, said that things are much slower on snow than on asphalt, and that this type of test enables precise measurements and observations on the operation of the system at low temperatures.

These were Nevera’s first outdoor trials in cold weather. The car was previously tested in a climate chamber that can create temperatures ranging from -20 to 48 degrees Celsius. During the tests in this chamber, the engineers, among other things, leave the door open, which exposes the components to cold and shows that they can still work.

This chamber can also produce high humidity, and the lights can be adjusted to mimic the effect of parking a car outdoors on a hot summer day. Under this load, the temperature in the cabin reached 70 degrees Celsius, but the air conditioner managed to bring it down to 22 degrees without any problems, Rimac said.

Even manufacturers of small series cars like Rimac have to perform such tests in order to meet global regulations. In addition to tests in extreme weather conditions, Rimac also performed crash tests, and even tested electromagnetic emissions.

Source: Nacionalna Klasa by www.nacionalnaklasa.com.

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