, 2022-12-22 05:08:20,
The Rimac Nevera changes everything in the world of hypercars. It’s not just the fastest road car we’ve ever driven, it’s also one of the most exciting, thanks to an incredible range of dynamic capabilities that go well beyond anything previously available on four wheels. It also uses no fuel, can be fully recharged in less than 20 minutes and has a real-world range of more than 300 miles. It is the future, today, and it is very, very bright indeed.
It’s difficult to know where to start when trying to describe what the £2.4million, 1,888bhp Rimac Nevera is like to drive, so how about we go through some numbers first, just so you understand what sort of machine we are talking about here.
At the heart of the Nevera, low down in its guts, sits a 120kWh Lithium Manganese Nickel battery pack that contains 6,960 individual cells, each of which is liquid-cooled. This provides the power for four separate electric motors that use four individual single-speed gearboxes – two at the front, two at the back – each of which drives one of its four driven wheels.
The e-motors at the front each produce 295bhp for a total of 590bhp. Those at the rear are somewhat bigger and produce 644bhp. Each. This gives a combined total of 1,288bhp and – at the back wheels – which ultimately provides total outputs of, deep breath, 1,888bhp. And a small matter of 2,360Nm of torque.
This is sufficient to fire the 2,150kg Nevera from 0-62mph in just 1.97 seconds, to 100mph in less than…
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