THE $2 MILLION HYPERCAR THAT'S ALREADY SOLD OUT!
Back in March last year at the annual Geneva Motorshow Croatian supercar maker Rimac Automobili presented its latest upgrade to the Rimac C- One previously launched in 2012 with a mean looking machine the Rimac C-Two..
This stunning car claims to have a 1,914-horsepower engine that enables a 0 to 60 mph acceleration in 1.85 seconds making it one of the quickest cars in existence.
Designed by Rimac’s in-house team and made entirely from scratch with all-new, groundbreaking technologies - the C_Two features a full carbonfibre monocoque with bonded carbon roof, integrated battery pack and merged rear carbon subframe.
Rimac’s own suite of electronic control systems means that full torque-vectoring is available (and necessary!) to harness 1,914 hp (1,408 kW) of power and 2,300 Nm of torque - two and a half times the torque output of a contemporary hypercar.
With a top speed of 258 mph (412 km/h), a zero to 60mph time of 1.85 seconds and a zero to 100 mph (161 km/h) time of 4.3*, the C_Two makes devastating use of the instant-torque available to an electric vehicle and the traction made possible by the unique drivetrain and bespoke Pirelli tyres.
Yet the C_Two is a comfortable, bespoke GT car that has a 650 km range, can be charged to 80-percent capacity in less than 30 minutes, and has been designed to be used hard, repeatedly and reliably. This is no fragile thoroughbred; new and innovative, liquid-cooled thermal management systems mean that this is a car capable of two full laps of the infamous Nürburgring at full power - with a negligible drop in performance.
Limited to just 150 copies of the Concept Two and with a whopping STARTING price tag of $2 million and that's without the extras! you'd be surprised to hear that Rimac have confirmed that all the cars have been sold with deliveries expected 2020.