Croatian automaker Rimac has unveiled an electric hypercar with big claims for speed and power.
The Porsche-backed automaker released details of the Nevera on Tuesday. The hypercar is the production version of the C Two electric concept car that Rimac debuted at the Geneva auto show in 2018.
The name of the new car refers to a quick, powerful, and unexpected lightning storm that races across the Mediterranean Sea off the Croatian coast.
"This is it," said Rimac founder and CEO Mate Rimac of the C Two. "This is the car I had in mind when I embarked on the impossible journey 10 years ago."
Rimac said his eponymous company will deliver 150 units of the $2.4 million hypercar starting this year. He said the car will have 1,914-hp and 2,360 newton-meters (1,740 pound-feet) of torque.