A visit to a production plant is always an interesting spectacle. Now the Croatian Rimac is revealing its background and there is something to watch again.
Rimac Nevera will remain an unattainable dream for many, just a poster on the wall or a model on the shelf. Not so much because of the price of around 50 million crowns, but mainly because of production limited to 150 pieces. But now everyone can see where this technical miracle is created.
The electric hypersport has an output of 1,914 horsepower and a torque of 2,360 Nm. It was developed more like an ultra-fast GT, but the question is where in the real world you will use the acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 1.9 seconds and a top speed of 412 km/h.
However, there is a long road to road performance starting at the Croatian base near Zagreb. Rimac invites its fans to a detailed tour of the insides of the race through a video taken by an FPV drone. No one will just look here.
The drone flies up the main staircase into the atrium with a pair of Rimacs on display. He gets up almost immediately and visits the open space workplace of the management teams and meeting rooms. From there it’s just one door to a huge production hall. Here, the drone flies through the raw monocoque, offers a detailed view of the tuned chassis, and finally visits the final inspection department of the finished cars. It is noteworthy that the entire video is filmed without editing, so the pilot had to master all the maneuvers on the first try.