Rimac brought out for testing the pre-production electric hypercar C_TwoDecember 17, 2019
In total, the company is testing 17 prototypes.
Rimac, a Croatian manufacturer of hypercars and a supplier of electrical components for Porsche and Koenigsegg, shared a video from the C_Two coupe tests. Since the spring of this year, the company in the city of Sveta-Nedelya near Zagreb assembled 17 prototypes of two-doors – each for a specific purpose.
The C_Two electro hypercar development program has entered the final stage. According to the head of Rimac, Mate Rimac, the team works in full force to “make prototypes what was originally intended.” After a series of simulations in a virtual environment, the hypercar drove to the training ground of the Nardo Technical Center in Italy and other test sites.
The debut of the serial Rimac C_Two will take place at the Geneva Motor Show next spring. Moreover, the coupe differs in details from the concept: it has improved design, ergonomics and changed the settings of the power plant.
The last announced hypercar parameters are as follows: four electric motors with a total return of 1914 hp and 2300 Nm of torque; the front axles are connected to the semi-axles via single-stage gearboxes, the rear ones are connected through two-stage gearboxes; the traction battery has a capacity of 120 kilowatt hours.
Without recharging, C_Two will travel up to 650 kilometers on the NEDC cycle and accelerate to a hundred in 1.97 seconds. The maximum speed of the electric car is 415 kilometers per hour.
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