This Rimac Fridge is going to end up stamped against a wall, but it has had a great time skidding in mud

After unveiling its stratospheric credentials in June of this year, the alien electric hypercar Rimac Fridge continues to finalize its development. And that includes going through the usual crash tests in order to achieve homologation, both in Europe and in other markets.

So in the Croatian firm they have gotten creative and have opted for make one of these crash test units dance on terrain that is far from that of this aerodynamic supercar with almost 2,000 hp: the mud and dirt.

Thus, after seeing him humiliating a whole Ferrari SF90 Stradale, now we can delight ourselves with this video in the purest off road style. Because, yes, the Fridge can also roll his head blanket and make donuts off the asphalt.

A farewell in style

Video: this Rimac Fridge destined for crash test signs one last dance skidding in mud

Specifically, the main unit of this official video of the brand is a pre-series that has served as a showcase for the Rimac Fridge in various events across the globe.

But your destiny, like that of several of the 16 prototypes and pre-series models that have left Rimac’s premises, will be that of slam against a wall.

So before this unfortunate end, Mate Rimac, CEO and owner of this exclusive brand, the light bulb went on: “¿¿Why don’t we do something with him that we probably never would and possibly will not make any clients? “.

At video, and from minute 2:50 the action begins for this Rimac Nevera. First for a dirt road in the autumn forest and seasoned with an endless number of fallen leaves that make this road more slippery. Mate he does it at full speed and the truth is that it is not going bad either: not in vain, it is all-wheel drive.

But the best part is found at the end, when the hypercar is dedicated to skidding in mud and puddles at the new Rimac site in Zagreb (Croatia) where the manufacturer is building its new world headquarters of 200 million euros.

Among pillars, structures and construction materials, we see the Rimac Nevera dance making donuts in the purest style of a Hoonigan gymkhana starring Ken Block or Travis Pastrana.

After having a great time, Mate Rimac puts an end to the video with a smile in his ear: “I hope I don’t see many Fridges tortured like this“And the electric hypercar is practically drenched in mud after this latest adventure. Its fate is going to be worse, so …

Rimac Nevera, the electric hypercar with almost 2,000 hp

The Rimac Fridge dispose of four electric motors, one per wheel, is equipped with the advanced All-Wheel Torque Vectoring 2 (R-AWTV 2) system and signs the 1.914 CV and the 2.360 Nm of pair. Only 150 units of this zero-emission brown beast will see the light of day, each starting from a base price of 2 million euros.

And the truth is that it hurts much more to see it embedding itself against walls in frontal, side or rear crash tests than going down into the mud as it does in this great goodbye.

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