Rimac Automobili has built the first of a planned 150 units of the Nevera electric hypercars at its plant near Zagreb, Croatia.
The first finished car, in Callisto Green, is the product of more than 1.6 million collective hours of R&D, the company said, adding that it will remain with Bugatti Rimac, which controls the Bugatti and Rimac Automobili brands.
The first customer vehicles will be delivered “soon,” the company said.
The company, part owned by Porsche, said its first year run of the $2.4 million car -- 50 units -- is sold out.
Each Nevera takes five weeks to produce at its current facility. Rimac will shift production to its forthcoming Rimac Campus, also sited near Zagreb.
Construction for the new facility is “well underway,” the company said.
The Nevera is a showcase for the electric technology the company hopes to sell to automakers through its Tier 1 supplier, Rimac Technology.