Here’s how the Rimac C_Two was developed

After coronavirus-related delays, Croatian automaker Rimac is preparing to start production of its second-generation electric supercar: the C_Two. This documentary provides an in-depth look at how the C_Two was developed.

The successor to the Rimac Concept_One, the C_Two was unveiled in concept form at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show. At the time, Rimac quoted 1,1914 horsepower and 1,696 pound-feet of torque, enabling 0-60 mph acceleration in 1.85 seconds, a quarter-mile time of 9.1 seconds, and a top speed of 258 mph.

Rimac has continued development work since the concept’s Geneva debut, to the point that “everything” has changed for the production version, CEO Mate Rimac said earlier this year.

Among other things, Rimac has spent time fine tuning driver aids. The C_Two will have a drift mode, as well as advanced driver-assist tech that will act as a driving coach on racetracks.

Rimac C_Two production line


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