Rimac Concept One

Rimac Concept One | Speed, Price, Records, and Specifications (2020)

Overview of Rimac Concept One

A few weeks before we have talked about one of the fastest cars in the world that is Rimac C2. Today we will explore its predecessor that is Rimac Concept One.

Rimac Concept one is the one who achieved the title of the fastest accelerating electric vehicle in the world in 2013.

Design

Rimac Concept One also called Concept_One is a two-seat electric hypercar manufactured by Rimac Automobili in Croatia. Rimac C1 is designed by two famous designers: Adriano Mudri designed the exterior and Goran Popović designed the interior of the car.

Specifications of Rimac Concept One

Engine

Rimac Concept car is powered by the torque vectoring system; 4 liquid-cooled magnet synchronous electric motors are placed at each wheel making it the all-wheel drive.

All the 4 electric motors generates a massive power output of 913 kW (1,241 PS; 1,224 hp) and 1,600 N⋅m (1,180 lb⋅ft) of torque and a 90 kWh Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide battery powers them, giving the car an electric range of 217 miles (349 km).

Transmission

Dual clutch two speed transmission powers the rear electric motors and front motors are powered by the single speed transmission system.

Other specifications

Performance of Rimac Concept One

There were performance increments in the car presented at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show: the acceleration time from 0-62 mph was optimized from 2.6 seconds to 2.4 seconds and an increase in the electric range from 330 to 350 kilometres (205 to 217 miles).

Rimac Concept one accelerates as fast as the Bugatti Chiron does. The hyper car takes 2.5 seconds to accelerate from 0–62 mph (0–100 km/h), 0–200 km/h (124 mph) in 6 seconds, and 300 km/h (186 mph) in 14 seconds.

Although Concept_One can reach the top speed of 412 km/h / 258 mph, it’s electronically to 340 km/h (211 mph).

Production of Rimac Concept One

Rimac Concept one produced a limited number of units. Only 8 units of Rimac Concept one were produced costing US$ 980,000.

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