If you thought the Tesla Model S Plaid was fast, the Rimac Nevera EV hypercar will definitely blow your socks off. Power comes from surface-mounted magnet motors in each wheel that generated a combined 1,914 hp and 1,741 lb-ft of torque, mated to a single-stage gearbox, enabling it to hit 60 mph in just 1.85-seconds.
When unlocked by Rimac engineers under controlled conditions like at a race track, the Nevera can hit a top speed of 256 mph, but customer vehicles are electronically limited to 219 mph. This person decided to visit the Autobahn in Germany to see if this was the case and managed to hit 205.5 mph on standard Michelin Pilot Sport cup 2 R tires. Production is limited to 150-units worldwide, priced from $2.2-million USD.
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