A documentary about Rimac appeared on the webOctober 1, 2020
A documentary film called Welt has appeared on the Internet, detailing what drives the Croatian car manufacturer Rimac. The automaker is known worldwide for its fast electric hypercars.
The Croatian company began its existence in the capital of Croatia, Zagreb. From a small firm, Rimac has grown into an industry icon with over 700 employees in just ten years.
Of course, Rimac is currently a key player in the electric supercar market, but this was not the case in the past. The founder and CEO of the company, Mate Rimak, was born in Bosnia, where there were practically no cars, but after the war hit his homeland, he and his family fled to Germany.
It all started when the combustion engine in his 1984 BMW 3 Series decided to stop working. Rather than just missing the motor, Rimac turned his car into an electric car. After setting many FIA and Guinness records on its creation, the idea of creating an all-electric vehicle has clearly become a guiding one.
“I wanted to show that electric cars don’t have to be slow, boring and ugly,” said Rimac founder and CEO Meit Rimak.
Having gone through some difficult times, the Croatian automaker can now create truly amazing electric hypercars.
When you see the dynamic characteristics of the C_Two hypercar, it becomes clear that the Croatian company is doing everything right. The car’s four electric motors develop a total of 1,914 horsepower, which accelerates it to 100 km / h in just 1.85 seconds. The maximum speed is 412 km / h.
In just ten years, the Croatian automaker has forged partnerships with leading auto industry leaders such as Aston Martin, Porsche and Hyundai. With these connections, it is impossible to say what Rimac will be able to achieve in the next decade, but one thing is certain. The future looks shockingly fast.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that a very rare hypercar Rimac Concept One appeared on sale. A very rare Rimac Concept One is for sale on the Manhattan Motorcars dealer website.
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