In an effort to show off the capabilities of its electric hypercar, Rimac hit the coast of Croatia with Lord Pembroke late last year to compare the Concept_One against the mighty Bugatti Veyron.
While we already knew that the Concept_One is extremely quick, that video highlighted just how capable it is on the street and how user friendly it can be. Most recently, the two European hypercars hit a small circuit together to see what they are like when pushed to the limits.
Obviously, the Veyron was never designed as a track car and is instead the ultimate high-speed grand tourer. Nevertheless, it is still capable of some fast speeds on a circuit, even though it may lack some of the thrilling handling characteristics of the finest road-going track cars.
As for the Concept_One, the most interesting take away is that its advanced torque vectoring and traction control systems can be modified so that the car can easily get sideways when thrown into a corner despite the all-wheel drive system and the insane levels of grip it can achieve.
It isn’t known exactly how many Concept-Ones have been delivered to customers but it’s hard to deny its impressive design and neck-snapping performance.