The electric hypermodel Rimac C-Two is undergoing a homologation process ahead of the planned start of deliveries in 2021. Part of that process is the testing of electromagnetic emissions, the company from Croatia announced.
All electronics, including those from cars, produce a certain amount of electromagnetic emissions, and they can interfere with other electronic devices.
This means that excessive electromagnetic emissions can disrupt the operation of traffic lights, speed cameras, communications devices or radios if car systems are not properly magnetically insulated.
The European Union requires that these emissions be tested so that cars can be homologated for sale. Rimac said that electric cars produce a significantly higher amount of these emissions than vehicles with SUS engines, and the largest source of electromagnetic fields are electric generators.
According to the ECE R10 standard, the operation of devices such as air conditioners, lights and wipers is checked while the vehicles on the dynamometer reach specific speeds. After completing the tests, Rimac will completely disassemble the two tested prototypes and make repairs if necessary, and then repeat the test.
When C_Two was presented to the world public as a concept at the Geneva Motor Show in 2018, Rimac announced that only 150 copies of this hypermodel from 1940KS will be made.
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