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Taking about 2,000 hp from 100km/h to 200km/h in the Rimac Nevera

If the 1,914 hp Rimac Nevera is the future of hypercars, I’m not too worried, this is a masterpiece, all-electric, and boasts some mindblowing performance specs, acceleration from 0 to 60 mph takes a neck-snapping 1.85 seconds, to a theoretical top speed of the Nevera is an eye-watering 412 km/h (256 mph) thanks to a pair of 200 kW electric engines for the front wheels, and two 500 kW electric engines driving the rear wheels, and despite we’re lugging along a rather large 6,960-cell 120 kWh battery sitting low under the Nevera’s floor, the overall weight of this hyper EV is just 2,150 kg, which isn’t too bad for an all-electric hypercar that needs just 30 minutes to go from a 5% charge up to an 80% charge, which gives you a range of 340 miles (or 550 km).

But all this fantastic performance comes at a price, the Rimac Nevera has an MSRP of US$ 2,400,000 and only 150 units are being built, all coupe, and as far as I know, all sold out already by the time you are reading this but fear not, I’m sure there will be second-hand listings for these ultra EV hypercars once clients start taking delivery, until that happens, why not take a look at the below review where the driver takes the Nevera #10/150 from 100 km/h to 200 km/h on the German Autobahn: