Rimac Nievera: – The electric supercar may not be sold

Rimac Nievera: – The electric supercar may not be sold

(Al Bell 24): Rimac Nievera is an electric car with unusual specifications.

With a massive power output of 1,914 hp and a massive torque of 2,339 Nm, the car delivers a top speed of over 400 km/h, accelerating from 0 to 100 in an astonishing 1.81 seconds.

At this time last year, the car broke 23 records in one day.

Only about 50 were sold

In other words, people with a lot of money are unlikely to find an electric car more primitive than the Nievera, which has a price tag of more than 20 million Norwegian kroner, but now it turns out that the Croatian company has sold only a little over 50 of them. 150 model charts for Nevera.

The first copy belonged to former Formula 1 world champion Nico Rosberg, who received it.

– We started developing the car in 2016/2017 when electricity was cool, CEO Matej Rimac said at the Future of the Car conference held by the Financial Times in London this week, according to what was reported by the British newspaper “Daily Mail”. trainer.

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Comparable to Apple Watch

Meanwhile, electric cars have gone “mainstream,” so the discerning among us will stand out with something else, says Rimac, who draws a comparison to an Apple Watch.

-The Apple Watch can make everything better. It can do thousands of things, it's more accurate, it can measure your heart rate. But no one wants to pay $200,000 for an Apple Watch, the CEO points out.

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Don't believe in electric supercars

Matty Rimac is also the president of Bugatti, which the company acquired from Volkswagen in 2021 in a joint venture with Porsche AG.

Bugatti will soon be ready for the successor to the Chiron, with a new V16 engine, and Mate Rimac is not confident that the electric version of this car can measure against sales of the planned model.

Competitor Koenigsegg also has no plans to make an electric car in this category.

– Our customers say no, no, no – we want the sound of the engine, CEO Christian von Koenigsegg tells Swedish Carob. The manufacturer has so far decided to cancel plans to launch an electric model.

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