Rimac Nevera demolishes 23 world records in a day, 0-100 in 1.81s

Alexi Falson

Those madmen over at Rimac have released video evidence of its battery-electric hypercar, the Nevera, making light work of no less than 23 performance world records in a single day.

Among the raft of records that have tumbled, the Rimac Nevera set a new benchmark 0-400-0km/h record of 29.96 seconds, and a 0-100km/h sprint in just 1.81 seconds.

The Nevera’s 0-200km/h sprint took 4.42 seconds, a 0-200-0km/h record was snatched in 8.85 seconds and a 0-400km/h sprint was taken care of in 21.31 seconds.

The company says it managed to exceed even its most optimistic expectations with its Nevera riding on road-legal Michelin Cup 2 R tyres.

The company took to the Automotive Testing Papenburg (ATP) tarmac in Germany with a Nevera fitted with hardware from Dewesoft and RaceLogic to back up its barely believable claims, with the records set with a “standard one-foot rollout” included in the times. Founder and CEO, Mate Rimac, said:

“Today, I am proud to say that the car we’ve created can get to 400km/h and back to 0 in less time than it took the McLaren F1 to accelerate up to 350km/h. Not only that, but it can do it again and again, breaking other performance records in the process… if you had a Nevera and access to a track, you could do it too.”

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