Experience US Delivery of the Nevera EV

Gunpowder Gray Hypercar w/ Gunmetal Infinitus Wheels

American motorists should be on the lookout for a Rimac Nevera navigating through the roads since the initial purchaser in America now has ownership of the astonishing 1,914-horsepower electric supercar. The brand’s staff managed the handover together with their New York-based seller, Manhattan Motorcars.

The buyer’s Nevera is a sight to behold, with its body in Gunpowder Gray and a pearlescent finish. The wheels are the same shade of Gunmetal Infinitus, and the gloss black calipers behind them provide a striking contrast. Unfortunately, there are no images of the cabin available, but according to Rimac, it is upholstered in Alcantara “with subtle green highlights.”

Rimac is manufacturing 150 examples of the Nevera worldwide. The organization has mentioned that even more are already being produced for the United States, and potential clients in America have obtainable constructing slots available already. Additionally, the automaker has dealerships in Canada and Mexico, which means the supercar could be seen all over North America.

Rimac did not specify the U.S. pricing for their Nevera. We attempted to contact the car manufacturer to get more details.

Two supplemental deliveries of the Nevera, courtesy of Mate Rimac himself, will occur on June 18th at the Ohio State Fairgrounds in Columbus. He has decided to make a personal appearance and personally deliver both of the cars himself.

The Nevera packs four electro-driven engines churning out a virtually unstoppable amount of 1,914 horsepower and 1,714 lb-ft of torque. A vast 120.0 kWh lithium-nickel-manganese-cobalt-oxide battery pack holds the energy to power the system.

The powertrain of the Rimac Nevera delivers unprecedented performance. On May 2023, they transported it to a proving ground and established 23 new benchmarks. This included being the swiftest production vehicle to go from 0 to 249 miles per hour and decelerate to 0 within 29.94 seconds. This tops the Koenigsegg Regera, whose earlier record was 31.49 seconds for completing the same feat.

The recording apparatus indicated the Rimac to arrive at 60 miles per hour in 1.74 seconds. It achieved the quarter-mile in 8.25 seconds, and the standing mile in 20.59 seconds.

Customers’ vehicles are equipped with an electronic cap on their maximum speed of 219 miles per hour. Nevertheless, the firm was able to drive the Nevera up to a staggering 256 mph in testing conditions.

Rumours are swirling that the Nevera might be preparing new records. A recent undercover video caught a sleuth of this vehicle’s ability around the Nürburgring Nordschleife, thrusting speculation that the organization is likely aiming for a mark around the storied course.

As of June 2023, the Tesla Model S Plaid firmly retains an automotive record for besting production EVs on the renowned ‘Ring with a time of only 7 minutes and 25.231 seconds. It snatched the top position from the Porsche Taycan Turbo S which accomplished a lap in a considerably longer span of 7 minutes and 33 seconds.

Source: Rimac

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