The World's Fastest Electric Supercar: Priced at Over 2 Million USD

 Rimac Nevera supercar is equipped with 4 electric motors, giving a combined capacity of 1,887 horsepower and 2,360Nm of torque, connected to a 120kWh battery pack. 

In addition to holding the speed record for electric vehicles, the Rimac Nevera model is also the car that holds the world's fastest acceleration record, with a record of 8.582 seconds for a distance of 1/4 mile (400m) established in 2021.

The world's fastest electric supercar costs more than 2 million USD, surpassing the Bugatti Veyron - 2 in speed

Nevera only takes 9.3 seconds to accelerate from 0-300 km/h (Photo: Rimac).

The huge battery pack - 120kWh is enough for the Nevera supercar to run 550km after each charge, according to WLTP test track standards.

When the battery is depleted, Nevera only needs 22 minutes to charge the battery from 0 to 80% with a 500kW fast charging system. Rimac has developed its own battery pack for this electric supercar, which is a battery attached to the car, helping to increase the stiffness of the carbon fiber frame by 37%. The vehicle weighs 2,150kg, distributed front/rear in a ratio of 48/52.

Because the car has high performance, Rimac also pays great attention to the braking system. Accordingly, it is equipped with Brembo carbon ceramic disc brakes with a diameter of 390 mm, with 6-piston brake calipers.

Nevera is introduced as having the most effective brake energy regeneration system today, taking advantage of braking force to charge the battery pack.

With a limited quantity of only 150 units, Rimac Nevera has a selling price of up to 2 million euros (about 2.1 million USD). Each is signed by founder and CEO Mate Rimac.

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