Rimac Nevera at the Nurburgring. Is the electric supercar preparing for a new record?


Shortly after the middle of the week, the upload was completed. of the month of May, Rimac had announced that its electric supercar Nevera had managed to conquer 23 records. Records that had been achieved in just one day. An absolutely remarkable result, therefore, which has allowed the car manufacturer to be able to further highlight the potential of the car. of his car.

Curiosity, the car used for the records had a special livery in homage to Mate Rimac's BMW e-M3 which has achieved several acceleration records over time. Now, the "record car" it is was intercepted on the Nurburgring circuit. The deliveries of the Nevera have begun and it's time to wait. It's hard to think that the company is testing a new version.

We can imagine, however, that Rimac has started to become more familiar with the German circuit before try to try to get the record for production electric cars. Given the potential; of this supercar, it would not be strange at all if the Croatian manufacturer wants to try to hit this record too.

We remind you that, to date, the record at the Nurburgring among production electric cars belongs to the Porsche Taycan Turbo S. Record obtained in the summer of last year with a time of 7 minutes and 33 seconds. If Rimac really aims to get the quickest lap, it's a good idea. fastest among the standard electrics on the German circuit, we'll find out over the next few months.

The "numbers" everyone is there to do better than the Taycan since the Nevera can; count on 4 electric motors, one per wheel, capable of delivering a total of 1,408 kW (1,914 HP) with 2,360 Nm of torque. With the record at the Nurburgring, Rimac would go on to prove that his supercar is not the only thing to do. only very fast on the straight but also between the curves of one of the most; difficult tracks in the world.

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