Rimac delivered on its promise and revealed an even more stunning car than the Concept One in the form of the new C_Two.
The new electric hypercar made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show, dropping jaws with is figures: 1,888hp (1,914PS) and 1696lb-ft (2,300Nm) of torque from its four electric motors, 0-60mph in 1.85 seconds, 0-100mph in 4.3 seconds and a top speed of 258mph (412km/h).
The massive battery pack has a 120kWh capacity and features a liquid-cooled thermal management system. Rimac claims a total driving range of 404 miles (650km) on the NEDC test cycle.
The powertrain features all-wheel torque vectoring and just like its predecessor, it can be fully configured by the driver. That means that you can make the Rimac C_Two front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive and choose the torque split between axles via a circular knob on the dashboard.
And if that’s not enough, Rimac will fit every C_Two with eight on-board cameras, a pair of LIDAR, six radar emitters, a dozen of ultrasonic sensors and an “exceptionally precise” GPS, making it Level-4 autonomous ready.
Almost all of the 150 planned examples of the Rimac C_Two are accounted for, with prices starting from around $2 million. Want to find out more? Jonny Smith from Fully Charged spends some time with Mate Rimac, taking us for a tour around this spectacular electric missile.