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Rimac Nevera specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 2150 kg (4740 lbs)
Introduced 2018
Origin country Croatia
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Performance

0 - 100 kph2.0 s
0 - 300 kph11.8 s
0 - 60 mph1.9 s
0 - 100 mph4.3 s
Est. 1/8 mile6.2 s @ 125.5 mph
1/4 mile8.6 s
Top speed415 kph (258 mph)
Est. max acceleration1.52 g (15 m/s²)
70 mph - 043 m (141 ft)
Rimac Nevera acceleration graph

Powertrain specs

Engine type 4 electric motors
Power 1941 ps (1914 bhp / 1427 kw)
Torque 2299 Nm (1696 lb-ft)
Power / weight 903 ps (890 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 1069 Nm (789 lb-ft) / t
Transmission single-speed gearbox, twin two-speed gearboxes
Layout middle engine, all wheel drive
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ChironSS  2w ago

"Guy" from Rimac states GPS 100-200km/h= 3 seconds and 200-300km/h= 6 seconds for the pre production prototype @1600hp?

So 2+3+6= 11 seconds 0-300km/h circa.

Maybe the full 1914hp final specifications model can take a second off that 200-300km/h time? 0.5 seconds will make it a 10.5 second car. 1.01 will take into the 9's and nine second bracket for 0-300km/h.

Now THAT'S sandbagging! Oo

 


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ChironSS  2w ago

Mate Rimac, the BOSS maps out Rimac plus Bugatti-Rimac plans including "upgraded" Nevera! ;)

 


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ChironSS  2w ago

Actual 0-60MPH= 2.23 and 1/4 mile= 8.85 seconds but no MPH though!

 


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ChironSS  1m ago

So Rimac on full power and charge is 1914hp. They're claiming they were running on 1600hp. That's a 17.87% difference, which is huge.

My PRELIMINARY thoughts are, so NOT calculated, are it's going to be tough to best the current 0-200km/h of 4.95 (quickest times joined). The obvious differences to will come 200-300km/h- and beyond ofcourse.

Bugatti saved 0.3 seconds in the same metric *claimed from Bugatti Chiron to Bugatti Chiron Supersport.

But that was with 100hp difference. Here we are dealing with 314hp difference!

For now I won't state any timings. I need to think it out more. They've completely changed the game again, yet again.

Rimac is some technology company man.

;)


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ChironSS  1m ago

I've got to do ALL my b@stard Rimac calculations AGAIN because they left out a very salient and very critical piece of vital technical information>

https://ibb.co/smFT8Zh

It was ONLY RUNNING on "1600hp" mode? WHY was this not mentioned by Rimac or Dragtimes before?

Because they are holding back AND sandbagging! (Everything I stated prior below still stands, regards full production status cars)

Rimac is going for it! Go Mate!


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hostboy  1m ago

This is what the sixth-generation Viper would come out to be. Another big, torquey, semi-comfortable track cruiser. Large amount of electric motors.


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ChironSS  1m ago

The Rimac Nevera "record" for the 1/4 mile does NOT stand in anyway shape or form. I accept the time as VERIFIED but nothing more. The car in question the dark blue one is a PRE PRODUCTION PROTOTYPE. Period. It CANNOT lay claim to ANY productions records until>

a) FULL and FINAL specifications models have been manufactured.

b) They have been DELIVERED to purchasing clients.

C) Independent testing has been done- although it was anyway, but on DELIVERED cars.

The pre production prototype is apparently going on to be used in more crash testing which makes ZERO sense as some are apparently already on the production line.

If it's any consolation I believe she may go slightly quicker. But she has no productions record with a pre production prototype turning in the times.

As a Bugatti man the same is absolutely true for them. It was a record of a series of events. Absolutely no productions record.

Is what it is. And I'm not tied to ANY manufacturer. If ANY of them have done something incorrectly, I'm hoping others would point it out too and they absolutely SHOULD.

So it's an impressive car, very, nobody is denying that. But it has no productions record. And that's all I need to say.


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Fast  2m ago

Any lap times yet?
Or it is not for race track use?


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ChironSS  2m ago

Rimac Nevera meets Doug Demuro!

 

Enough said!

Bookmarked for tomorrow! Too long to watch now! Because well, sleep!


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ChironSS  2m ago

Rimac Nevera vs Porsche Taycan vs BMW M5! I don't believe this was added. And I can't recall seeing it! LOL!

And if it was, well I don't care! ;)


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ChironSS  2m ago

 


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ChironSS  2m ago

Chinese hypercar SEXY electrics and SEXY metrics= Rimac KILLER! And she's called OTHELLO and is $290000! Oo

https://www.autoevolution.com/news/limited-editon-1835-hp-farnova-othello-could-be-the-worlds-quickest-electric-hypercar-170690.html

Quote>"Power comes from a dual motor fully electric setup, plus a 75-kWh battery sourced from Swedish battery maker Northvolt."

Quote>"The Othello can reportedly accelerate from zero to 62 mph (100 kph) in just 1.9 seconds, while 186 mph (300 kph) takes just 8.5 seconds. Top speed is 261 mph (420 kph)."

And just like that Farnova destroys Rimac's statistics and they are definitely sexy electric metrics! Just need that 1/4 mile slip plus video! Coming soon to a dragstrip near you!

I'm surprised they didn't mention the Nurburgring record!

LOL!

You still want that Lotus Evija? Me HELL yeah!

You?>


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ChironSS  3m ago

 


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ChironSS  3m ago

OK SEXY metrics gang, lets DO this! I keep getting told about Accelerationtimes.com so let's give this baby a whirl based on THEIR calculations or estimations and compare these to the reality of Brooks record set on the 1/4 mile.

https://accelerationtimes.com/models/rimac-c-two

0-100 kph 2.0 s
0-200 kph 6.5 s
0-270 kph 10.7 s

https://autobuzz.my/2021/08/17/rimac-nevera-sets-a-new-1-4-mile-record-of-8-58-seconds/

0-100km/h= 2.0 s
0-200km/h= 4.95 s
0-270km/h= 8.58 s rounded up from MPH

Differences

0-100km/h= 0 s
0-200km/h= 1.5 s!
0-270km/h= 2.12s!!

So let's use the accelerationtimes 0-300km/h number and minus the differences (and the 0-300km/h is exactly the same number as Rimac originally stated for the Concept 2 and is exactly the number I've seen for the Pininfarina Battista anyway!)

0-300 kph 11.8 s - 2.12 seconds (verified)= 9.68 seconds!

Rimac Automobli claim 9.3 seconds plus rollout of 0.2 seconds= 9.5 seconds!

Now the Keoninsegg One:1 did 270-300km/h in 1.67 seconds, verified. But the Rimac Nevera accelerates MUCH quicker.

Will she go under 10 seconds? YES ABSOLUTELY, in theory only. More in the 10.5 - 10.7 seconds range for both the Nevera and Battista twins.

Aspark for the Owl claim 10.9 seconds 0-300km/h. So it figures.

Thing is the Lotus Evija might just crack that nut (0-300km/h>10 seconds) wide open. In fact Lotus have flat out said it! She weighs 470KG circa less than the twins and puts out more power in the highest settings.

We will soon find out.

;)

 

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Factaba  2d ago

Rimac 8.6 quarter, done ,dusted ,filmed, timed,no excuses. If it was blue you argue it was green...


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ChironSS  2d ago @Factaba

Quote>"no excuses."

No just facts. Mate Rimac confirmed it was a pre production prototype. It's definitely not a production car? So it's a verified protoype like the Bugatti Chiron Supersport 300+? Records don't exist in PRODUCTION car records circles for those.

Because the blue ones getting crash tested? LOL! Haven't finished in 2022?

But what the **** you wrote has anything to do with above isn't apparent? I was benchmarking 0-300km/h. But thanks for stopping by with useless irrelevant shit. And the Rimac verified time is UNDER 8.6 so you can't even get that right?

LOL!

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ChironSS  3m ago

 


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ChironSS  4m ago

Bugatti's future boss tells FUTURE VISION> https://www.wired.co.uk/article/mate-rimac-bugatti

Quote>"Making electric cars is a drop in the ocean. It’s nothing. My view is, if you really want to change something about the environment the easiest and fastest with the biggest impact is to NOT EAT MEAT. Not driving an electric car.”

I mean, WHAT?


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ChironSS  4m ago

OK SEXY METRICS gang! Hahaha! It's Friday night and we've got some work to do! I got so SO hung up on the Carwow results I just didn't bother to analyse the figures from the productions World Set by Brooks!

I WAS going to benchmark the Nevera but it's useless! To 270.34km/h there's NOTHING on the planet yet recorded that can touch it. Bugatti who? Koenigsegg what? Sit down and take notes! Enjoy a FAT piece of GAPPLEBEES plus some pudding!

Anyway the DATA is VERIFIED and the video is below. I'm not reposting.

The figures, any problems or issues contact DRAGTIMES/RACELOGIC/BROOKS because I don't care>

KM/H

0-100= 2.28
0-200= 5.23
0-250= 7.59
0-270= 8.66

100-200= 2.95!
200-250= 2.26
250-270= 1.07

So you can clearly see from the in gear metrics she's hauling ass. From these above VERIFIED figures how long do you think it'll take to bridge the gap to 300km/h?

Well a simplified calculation is possible>

250>270km/h= just over ONE second! That's 20km/h

1.07 seconds= 20km/h
0.535 seconds= 10km/h

30km/h= 1.605 seconds based on RIMACS acceleration curves. No benchmarking.

8.66 plus 1.605 seconds= 10.265 seconds CALCULATED.

Will it do it? Possibly.

Can it do it? Absolutely.

It'd tear the current unofficial record to pieces.

I'll triple check the figures over the weekend. Any mishaps, apologies in advance.

England out!

:)


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ChironSS  5m ago

So this is a first run estimation as opposed to calculations but I think the Rimac Nevera will turn in a 7.29 minute/seconds time around the Nurburgring. As for going under 7 minutes straight for now I can't say. But Misha did say in the comments section the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport could...


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hostboy  6m ago

0-100 km/h: 1.97 sec
0-300 km/h: 9.30 sec
https://www.rimac-automobili.com/nevera/


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Freakz  6m ago

Rimac Nevera vs Tesla Model S Plaid Drag Race:

 


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GTRulez  6m ago

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ChironSS  6m ago

Now something new my SEXY METRICS friends. Let's start looking at a couple of laptime projections including the Nurburgring. You only need ONE lap to set a record! Luckily it can manage over two!

Hahahahahahaha!


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ChironSS  6m ago

Nevera manufacturer claim for 100MPH 4.3 seconds! Achieved 3.61 seconds!

0.69 seconds improvement.

0-200km/h claim 4.7 seconds achieved 4.95 seconds! 0.2 seconds down.

100MPH to 200km/h equals 100 to 124MPH.

3.61-4.95= 1.34 seconds for TWENTY FOUR MPH.

172MPH to 186MPH is FOURTEEN MPH.

So it's 10MPH OVER what is required! But lets add 8.62+1.34= 9.96 seconds.

0-300km/h. Rimac claim 9.3 seconds PLUS rollout. So call it 9.5 seconds.

Well I've just shown you 9.96 seconds with the TIMINGS exceeding that?

This car is DIGITAL in the way it performs it's acceleration. Like it's AI controlled.

It's going to get QUICKER too.

It's ****ing unbelievable I'm completely SHOCKED. OoO


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ChironSS  6m ago

It hit 100MPH in 3.61 seconds? I CAN'T wrap my brain around that figure! Oo


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ChironSS  6m ago

8.58 seconds at 167.51MPH!

That's very impressive. Trap speed was down 5MPH though.


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Freakz  6m ago

Rimac Nevera 1/4 mile and Performance Stats:

 


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ChironSS  6m ago

11AM PST...


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ChironSS  6m ago

Somebody is stating they've clocked 0-100MPH in UNDER 4 seconds. At 3.85 seconds! Well it's definitely possible. My calculations based on various Dragy timings stated so!


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ChironSS  6m ago

Brooks has APPARENTLY TRAPPED 175MPH.

Which is EXACTLY what I'd calculated. Come on get me that 8.3 seconds man! Bring it HOME my man! OoO


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ChironSS  6m ago

So Brooks has CONFIRMED a NEW WORLD RECORD for productions cars with the Rimac Nevera! Quite SPECIFICALLY what the elapsed time and speed is has not yet been revealed. But if they did 8.62 seconds @ 171.79MPH on a airfield I'm calculating 8.3 seconds at 175MPH.

This news along with the prior news of the essentially engineering wise similiar Pininfarina Batista emerging means this is a day I WON'T be forgetting for awhile. I'm more into Monterey than Speedweek.