At first glance, the Rimac C looks like just another gas powered super car. Look a bit closer, and note there is no place to pump in gas. Instead, it is an all electric super-car, using four zero-emission electric motors, one at each corner, to generate some pretty insane stats:
1.85 seconds to 60 mph
0-to 100 mph in 4.3 seconds
Quarter mile in 9.1 seconds
1,700 pound-feet of torque.
All that juice delivered via all 4 wheels makes for a wicked fast eco-racer, obliterating traditional petrol powered supercars (Bugattis, Lambos, Ferraris, etc.) on a drag strip.
Before designing supercars, Rimac was developing into a supplier to automakers, delivering battery packs, infotainment systems, drivetrains, electronics, and advanced drivers assistance systems.
Want a C-Two? You are too late — Rimac will produce only 150 C2s at $2.1 million dollars for 2020 delivery date. It was sold out two weeks after launch.