$ 2.1 Million Electric Rimac Crashed On Crash TestSeptember 26, 2019
Croatian automaker Rimac Automobili has run a series of crash tests on its expensive C_Two electric hypercar. Test videos appeared on the brand’s YouTube channel.
Rimac C_Two electric hypercar with 1914 hp Will get on the conveyor only after three years. In the meantime, the brand has organized a series of crash tests of the future news in order to check the hypercar for compliance with international requirements for strength, reliability and safety. Without this, the car will not be allowed on public roads. In tests consisting of five different crash tests, one of the experimental prototypes was broken.
Before that, specialists using computer modeling simulated various accident scenarios, and also tested the strength of individual components. The real crash test was the final stage.
The debut of the electric hypercar C_Two with a carbon structure took place in March last year at the motor show in Geneva. The car has an electric motor on each axis, whose total power reaches 1914 liters. from. With such a power plant, the hypercar accelerates to “hundreds” in 1.85 seconds, and its maximum speed is 415 km / h. In total, Rimac plans to produce 150 such cars with a price tag of $ 2.1 million.
- PSA Group 3Q 2020 Financial Results
- Flying car received the first road permit
- The unmanned car rammed the wall right after the start of the race.
- The funding will help the company expand its lineup.
- Volkswagen electrifies another SUV