Rimac Unveils Production Version Of Concept-One Electric Car

Posted: Mar 9 2016, 11:41pm CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles


Rimac Unveils Production Version of Concept-One Electric Car
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  • Rimac unveils production version of Concept-One electric car!

The unique Electric Vehicle by the design house comes with a price tag of $1.25 million.

Rimac the niche super car start up just unveiled its production version Concept_One supercar. The Concept_One is a unique electric vehicle. The architecture of the EV underpins the other supercars by Rimac.

The Concept_One features an eye-watering price of €850,000, or $A1.25 million. The car also features a liquid-cooled 82kWh Lithium Nickel Manganese Cobalt Oxide (LiNiMnCoO2) battery pack.

According to Rimac the Concept_One is capable of producing a 330km range. Although the range is 100km less than a Tesla Model S but it’s significantly quicker.

The Concept_One can accelerate 0-100km/h in a blistering 2.6 seconds. According to MA, the Concept_One has a top speed of 355km/h with a weight of 1850kg total. 

Since the Concept_One has an incredible 800kW and 1600Nm output the performance is a possibility. The output is tamed via a large 390mm front ceramic brake discs. The brake discs are worked by big six-piston calipers, the rears 380mm discs and four-pot calipers.

Rimac the Crotian car maker unveiled the car at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show and stated they did not expect this much love. The interior of the Concept_One is all carbon-fibre body work. According to the creators the interiors are what really make people’s jaws drop.

The car features a touch button hidden underneath the mirror that activates the door. Right now four Concept_One models remain available and customers will be hand-picked. But more vehicles could be built if the demand for them increases. 

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