Croatian electric hypercar maker Rimac Automobili is set to reveal the final production version of the C_Two later today. We also expect them to announce the car’s official name.
Now, here’s rumor to keep the excitement high. The C_Two could be called the Rimac Nevera. As far as we know, ‘nevera’ is the Spanish word for ‘fridge’. Looks like the company was looking for a “cool name”, pun intended.
The Rimac Nevera is said to be one of the fastest electric cars ever made. It uses four electric motors with a combined output of 1914 horsepower and 1696 lb-ft of torque. It has a Bugatti rivalling claimed top speed of 258 mph. We already know that the all-wheel-drive car will have a trick torque vectoring system and a bucket load of tech, all of which was developed in-house.
Earlier, the company founder Mate Rimac had posted a video showcasing the insane acceleration figures of the car. During the test, the C_Two hit 60 mph in 2.39 seconds. It reached 130 mph in 6.03 seconds and the quarter-mile in 8.99 seconds @ 154.52 mph.