Croatian automotive firm Rimac has revealed its second car model. Called the “C_Two”, and unveiled at this year’s Geneva motor show, the all-electric two-seater hypercar is claimed to achieve some rather impressive performance figures.
Powered by a 120 kWh lithium battery and four in-wheel electric motors, the vehicle generates 1888 bhp and 1696 lb-ft of torque, all of which enables it to complete 0-60 mph in just 1.85 seconds before hitting a top speed of 258 mph. It is also claimed to deliver a range of 404 miles on the NEDC cycle.
Measuring 4750 mm long, 1986 mm wide and 1208 mm tall, the all-wheel drive EV utilises a carbon-fibre monocoque with an integrated structural battery pack, while the exterior adopts active aero elements, including inside the bonnet and front splitter, as well as at the rear in the form of a pop-up spoiler and a venturi-effect valance. To further improve aerodynamics, the car also gets a totally flat underbody.
Expected to cost in the region of £1.5 million, the C_Two replaces the Concept One (pictured below) and will be limited to just 150 units when it enters production later this year.