Electric hypercar Rimac C_Two passed crash testOctober 29, 2020
The hypercar passes final tests before entering the series.
Recently, Rimac has published a video with a crash test of its new hypercar Rimac C_Two. In fact, a series of such tests began last year. For these, the company assembled nine cars and gave them to automotive safety specialists.
In the latest crash test, the electric car crashed into a concrete barrier at a speed of 60 km / h with 40 percent overlap. As a result of this test, experts came to the conclusion that the carbon monocoque C_Two was not damaged in any way, there was no pressing of the pedals at the time of the collision, the driver and passenger were not injured.
It is reported that in the near future Rimac engineers will assemble several more copies of the Rimac C_Two in order to certify them for sale in different countries. Recall that the hypercar is driven by four electric motors with a total output of 1,914 hp. With such a power plant, the car accelerates from standstill to 100 km / h in just 1.85 seconds.
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