It has only been about a month since the first Rimac Nevera all-electric hypercar was delivered to a client, chassis 001/150 went to Nico Rosberg, a renowned Formula One driver, and we can rest assured he will be driving the living daylights out of it. Mate Rimac, CEO of the Rimac Group, stated at the time, “When we first started designing the Nevera we set out to build a car that would impress even the best drivers in the world. Nico was on that list, and it’s a great feeling to know that someone who has mastered the most focused and cutting-edge motorsport in the world gets such a thrill from the car we’ve created. We’re all looking forward to following Nico’s journeys with the Nevera; all of his cars are used and enjoyed, which is exactly what we encourage our owners to do. And if anyone can test the limits of what we’ve built, it’s him. We’re proud to call Nico a friend and the first member of the rapidly expanding Rimac Nevera owner family.”
But the latest video posted by Tim Burton, or Shmee150 on YouTube gives us a behind-the-scenes look at where the magnificent Rimac Nevera is actually built, and not only the actual assembly line, but also the process it takes before they can even start to put the parts together, and let’s not forget that Rimac has been building parts for a lot of other big car makes out there, like Koenigsegg, or components for the Aston Martin Valkyrie, and then we get to the Bugatti-Rimac side of things, the development of the Bugatti Chiron successor is also done at this location which will include prototyping and testing of future models.
But let’s take a look at the video now, and make sure you have some spare time on your hands, this one will take about an hour of your time, but thanks to the knowledge and enthusiasm of Mate Rimac, this video is informative and entertaining at the same car for all those that are interested in the hypercar for the next decade: