We’ve written about Rimac Automobili several times–and for good reason:
1. The Croatian start-up is LGBT-friendly.
2. The company has created amazing, all-electric supercars.
3. Our pal Zach knows the owner, Mate Rimac, who’s apparently a very nice guy.
Now, Rimac has unveiled a new supercar, the Rimac C_Two, which is currently turning heads at the Geneva Motor Show. Mashable reports:
The Rimac C_Two develops an absolutely monstrous 1,914 horsepower and goes from 0-60 in 1.85 seconds. It also reaches 300 km/h (186.4 mph) in 11.8 seconds.
If Rimac’s claimed specs are accurate, the C_Two leaves its predecessor and even Tesla’s upcoming Roadster behind in terms of speed and horsepower. It is the world’s fastest car, period….
One of the most important features about the car is the fact that it doesn’t just accelerate quickly; it can also sustain that speed for a while. Rimac claims it’s designed to do two Nurburgring laps without thermal degradation.
The batteries also pack a punch; the C_Two has a 120kWh battery providing 650 km (403.9 miles) of range.