The Rimac C_Two may have been introduced a few years ago, but the Croatian manufacturer hasn’t yet completed the hypercar of a final driving machine.
Rimac has published some official photos of a C_Two prototype at the Nardò Technical Center, a test facility for Porsche. The photos are posted on Rimac’s Facebook page entitled “Our test pilots and in-house engineers have worked to evaluate and refine the driving dynamics, steering feel, suspension settings and tires. Of the C_Two”.
We can expect Rimac to further improve its hyper car. The timing is perfect as the C_Two is expected to be reissued in its production specification form next year. Deliveries to customers will begin in late 2021. Rimac will continue testing the C_Two prototype not only on the Nardo test track, but worldwide.
But what are we waiting for from Rimac C_Two? It has four electric motors with a total output of 1,888 hp (1,408 kilowatts) and 2,299 Newton meters (1,696 pound-feet). With these numbers, the C_Two can travel from zero to 60 miles per hour in just 1.85 seconds.
C_Two also contains important numbers for electric cars: independence. Thanks to its large battery that reaches 120 kWh, it can reach 550 km according to WLTP standard or 650 km according to the NEDC.
However, don’t get used to the fancy name C_Two. Rimac said the hypercar will change its name to its production version next year. What exactly is the new name? I think we can all expect that.