[Staff, 2022-12-28 11:01:00,
2016 F1 Champion, Nico Rosberg must have been especially good this year because Santa brought him the Rimac Nevera, one of the world’s most exclusive hypercars, right to his doorstep in Monaco. And, as if that wasn’t enough, Nico was the first person in the world to receive the first Nevera from a globally limited run of 150 units.
Few would suspect that such valuable cargo could be hidden inside a small grey trailer. The Nevera is the pinnacle of electric engineering, and this one is fully charged and ready to go, as showcased by the light blue battery level indicators embedded in the vehicle’s rear quarter panel. Nico Rosberg’s ‘chassis #001’ Nevera, which is black and chrome, pays homage to Nico’s racing helmet, which has the same color scheme.
Why Rimac’s Success Is Crucial To Other Automakers
The Nevera represents the pinnacle of this brand’s innovation, unlocking the seemingly limitless potential of electric engines. It was masterfully engineered by Croatian manufacturer Rimac Automobili, which specializes in high-performance electric vehicles.
According to Rimac, “a Nevera is extremely powerful and charged by lightning, like the name given to a quick, sudden, and mighty Mediterranean storm that races across the open sea off Croatia; Nevera was born to outperform” – a powerful statement made by a company that places a lot of trust in…
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