Rimac has published a short teaser video of its Geneva-bound hypercar, offering a glimpse at the vehicle’s exterior design.
From the front, the new car bears a striking resemblance to the existing Concept_One but looks even more purposeful with the adoption of slightly slimmer headlights, a much larger front splitter, and air vents on the hood.
While the front looks familiar, the rear appears to be a significant departure from the Concept_One with redesigned taillights immediately noticeable. Additionally, the video reveals that the hypercar will have a rear wing which deploys at speed. It may also double as an air brake.
Our sources suggest that the hypercar will come equipped with a large 120 kWh battery pack, providing more juice than the Concept_One and allowing for a greater range. Considering power for the Concept_One sits at 1224 hp and 1180 lb-ft of torque, it’s entirely possible the Croatian automaker’s latest offering will have upwards of 1500 hp on tap.
The resulting performance figures should be absolutely wild. The sprint to 62 mph (100 km/h) could very well be achieved in less than 2.5 seconds while the top speed will soar well beyond 200 mph.
It will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show on March 6th.