After more than five years in development and more than five weeks on the final assembly line, the first UK customer has taken delivery of their one-of-a-kind, 256 mph Rimac Nevera all-electric hypercar.
The world’s quickest and fastest EV was tailored to its new owner’s exacting specifications following consultations with the teams from Rimac Automobili Design and H.R. Owen – exclusive UK Retailer of this astonishing, record-breaking machine.
Offered in a range of 36 colours, the customer opted for a bespoke shade – Nemesis Green. During the course of some six weeks, this unique paint was painstakingly applied and finished at the Rimac factory by a team of craftsmen. Matched to this are 20-inch Vertex wheels in Platinum, and a Level 2 Carbon package comprising exposed carbon fibre on the front fascia, rear spoiler, and diffuser.
Boasting a stunning design and exceptional agility and handling to match its incredible power of 1,914hp and 2,360Nm of torque from its four electric motors, the Nevera launches from 0-60mph in just 1.85 seconds.
Thanks to its state-of-the-art, in-house powertrain technology, the Nevera can also achieve a range in excess of 300 miles, and is capable of recharging its Lithium-ion battery pack from 0-80 per cent in less than 20 minutes.
Already the proud recipient of accolades including GQ’s ‘Hypercar of the Year’, TopGear’s ‘Best Electric Performance Car’ and the Robb Report’s ‘Best Hypercar’, the Nevera is officially the world’s greatest record-breaking hypercar, having secured 23 acceleration and braking records in a single day during 2023, including 0-60 mph, 0-100mph and 0-249mph-0.
Commenting on the Rimac Nevera’s exclusive availability in the UK through H.R. Owen, CEO Ken Choo said: “The H.R. Owen Group counts some of the most discerning car collectors in the world among its customer base, and their response to the Nevera has been hugely positive. With ability and performance not possible in a combustion-engined car, our clients have realised the enormous potential of electrification in hypercars.”