The Rimac company has announced its new supercar Nevera worth $2.1millions reaches a top speed of 256mph which makes it the fastest electric car in the world.
The new record was set on 28th October at the Automotive Testing Papenburg track in Germany. The specifications of this world's fastest electric car Nivera are quad motor, 1,194 hp demonstration of electric absurdity with a top speed of 258 mph. The vehicle's speed is limited to 219 mph and it has the ability to leap from 0 to 60 mph within 2 seconds.
Nevera is an oval-shaped racetrack having 2 long straights to achieve the maximum speed. This electric car has a Racelogic V-box on board to verify the maximum speed. The Rimac company said that it hit 258mph which is actually 415kph on 15th November.
The Nevera electric car runs on a 4-motor, all-electric powertrain with 1725 pt of torque, and it can be adjusted for every wheel. The car will get 300 miles per full charge but the distance depends on the top speed. 6 drive modes optimize throttle response and suspension stiffness.
Rimac belongs to Rimac Group. The company has developed a new all-wheel torque vectoring system that acts as electronic stability as well as a traction control system. Rimac said that the software can make a hundred calculations per second to tailor the torque level and to achieve the required driving style.
A brake system in an electric vehicle is also important. So, Rimas has developed this new Nevera car to dynamically adjust the braking force between the wheels' friction brakes and the regenerative braking by the motors.