Representatives of Rimac told about the serial version of the model C_TwoMarch 4, 2019
The Croatian show car, which will be presented (once again) at the Geneva Motor Show, received a new arctic white color with blue coal accents.
Fans of supercars have many reasons for worrying about the fact that automakers began to use electrification everywhere. Recently, there have been announced a lot of such cars with zero emissions and amazing technical characteristics.
One of them is the Croatian brand Rimac, which introduced the concept of the supercar C_Two almost a year ago at the Geneva Motor Show. As part of the upcoming 89th dealership, the guys decided to show their promising novelty again.
The car body received an arctic white color with exquisite dark blue carbon fiber elements. The 2019 C-Two for the Geneva Motor Show is designed to say that everything goes according to plan with Rimac.
Prototypes of the electric “beast” are already in production, and the Croatian brand hints at improvements to the transmission, which should be introduced into production cars in 2020.
The interior is also an attraction due to the matte carbon theme, combined with the interesting color of leather, which trimmed the seats, door cards, steering wheel, center armrest and even floor mats.
Rimac does not want to go into details regarding the updates of the power plant of his supercar. We currently know that the C_Two has four electric motors with a total power of 1914 horsepower and an instant torque of 2300 Nm. This is enough to accelerate to a speed of 100 km / h in exactly 1.85 seconds. Thanks to a large battery with a capacity of 120 kWh, the Rimac C_Two can travel 550 kilometers without recharging.