Mate Rimac recently took to social media, posting a high-speed run with the Nevera on the German Autobahn.
The Rimac Nevera electric hypercar is one of the fastest production electric cars in the world, breaking multiple speed records ever since its launch. Now, if founder Mate Rimac’s recent hints are anything to go by, the hypercar could be on its way to beating another record.
Mate Rimac recently took to social media, posting a high-speed run with the Nevera on the German Autobahn. One of the comments on the post requested Rimac to do a 0-400-0 km/h run, stating that the Nevera should be able to beat the 2017 time. Mate Rimac replied to this comment stating, “Watch out next week”, which indicates that an announcement on the same could be coming soon.
The “2017 time” refers to the record set by the Koenigsegg Agera RS in November 2017. The hypercar from the Swedish brand went from 0 to 400 km/h and back to 0 in 33.29 seconds. The run took place on an 11-mile closed stretch of road between Las Vegas and Pahrump, USA.
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