, 2022-12-28 10:17:13,
Former Formula 1 driver Nico Rosberg has driven the Rimac Nevera hypercar flat out on the streets of Monaco.
Monaco is one of the most famous racing locations in the world. The Monaco Grand Prix brings thousands of fans, hundreds of yachts filled with the rich and famous, and the fastest cars on the planet. Now, a former Formula 1 driver and Monaco Grand Prix winner, Nico Rosberg, has taken the world’s fastest electric car on those same streets in a video posted on Youtube.
While the beauty and historical prominence of the streets of Monaco is a central focus of the video, the technical prowess of the Rimac Nevera should not be ignored. The hypercar uses a quad-motor system to produce a combined output of 1914 horsepower and 9,905 pound-feet of “wheel torque.” Along with a carbon monocoque chassis, which keeps the weight to just over 5,000 pounds, the car is capable of a sub 2 second 0-60 (1.85 second claimed 0-62mph) and a top speed of 258mph. Thanks to a 120kWh battery, the car is even capable of a respectable 300 miles of range. All this for a price that might be more face-melting than its acceleration.
I took my Rimac Nevera flat out through the Monaco mountains for the very first time. With 412km/h top speed, it’s now officially the world’s fastest electric production car in the world! Phenomenal experience – literally a…
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