With 1,914 hp and 2,360 Nm of torque, the engine Rimac refrigerator It could just be… ballistic. The Croatian electric super sport has already shown how ridiculous its speed can be, when it was placed in drag race (start proof) Contra or Ferrari SF90 Stradale.
Nobody can accuse SF90 شارع Street From being slow, but the 1000 horsepower it can do nothing against its competition with almost twice as much power. Carwow’s Nevera’s Matt Watson set a time of 8.62 seconds in the classic (402m) quarter mile, one second short of the Italian supercar.
It’s the difference between being fast, very fast, and absurdly fast.
Now the channel dragtimes Rimac Nevera took a specific track for this type of racing and managed to improve this time, reaching The world record in the quarter mile for a production car.
With an incredible time 8.58 seconds At 269.5 km/h by Brooks Weisblat of DragTimes, the Rimac Nevera made the world’s fastest production car at the quarter mile. And with the detail of a super sports car fitted with road tyres, the Michelin Pilot 4S – impressive.
The video put us at the point where I started trying to score, but it wasn’t the only one. On the first try, Nevera smashed 8.74 seconds, dropping to 8.61 seconds on the next attempt (watch the video at the beginning to see them and learn about Rimac Nevera in more detail).
To get an idea of how fast, the Tesla Model S Plaid, With 1,020 hp (about half), it was doing 9.2 seconds (and 245 km/h) in the same workout on also dedicated tracks.
As if this were not enough, the measuring equipment used inside the car gave us more numbers about its acceleration, which at first glance seem unbelievable.
The best time recorded from 0 to 100 km/h was 2.21 seconds (without Subtract) and reached 200 km / h in 5.19 seconds! But it doesn’t stop here…
In order to have a clearer idea of the acceleration capacity of the Rimac Neva, whatever its speed, the following values u200bu200bcould not be more clear: 2.95 seconds to go from 100 km / h to 200 km / h, and from 200 km / h at 250 km / h, Enough surreal 2.36 seconds. It’s “wide open”…
Rimac Never sets the bar very high for all other upcoming electric sports. Will we see more builders wanting to usurp the crown for the fastest electric sport ever? We know at least one person who will definitely want your chance to do this: Tesla Roadster – which has since been pushed to 2022.
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