New Rimac C_Two Nevera EV Hypercar detailed review – on road and track

Welcome to an exclusive Rimac C_Two (now called Nevera) EV Hypercar detailed review – on both road and track. 1914hp, 1.4 megawatts, 258mph, 340 mile range WLTP, 0-100mph in 4.3 seconds and an 8 second quarter mile capability in comfort. Jonny Smith travelled to Croatia to experience a car he has eagerly followed the journey of for the last 10 years. Why? Because machines of this ambitious scale, with this level of tech, speed and capability seldom appear in our world.

If you want to just see Jonny’s full acceleration runs over the quarter mile, then please watch the shorter video.

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Rimac Nevera tech spec:
Price: €2 million
Limited to 150 units
Designed, engineered and built in Croatia, homologated for global use

0 – 60mph in 1.85 secs
0 – 62mph (100km/h) in 1.97 secs
0 – 100mph in 4.3 secs
0 – 186mph (300km/h) in 9.3 secs
Top speed 258mph (412 km/h)
Standing 1/4 mile (0-402 metres) in 8.6 secs

Power output: 1408 kW/ 1914hp
Motor torque: 2360 Nm
Wheel torque: 13,430 Nm
Range: 340 miles / 550 km

Battery Pack
H-shaped adds 37% stiffness to monocoque structure
Size: 120kWh
Chemistry: Lithium Manganese Nickel
Number of cells: 6960
Cell format: Cylindrical, 21700 form-factor
Maximum voltage: 730V
Capable of producing 1.4 mega watts
Liquid cooled

On-board charging: 3-phase 22 kW
Fast charging:
500 kW DC Combo (22 min 0-80%)
350 KW DC Combo (25 min 0-80%)
250 kW DC Combo (30 min 0-80%)

Four independent surface-mounted, carbon-sleeve, permanent-magnet electric motors
Four independent inverters and gearboxes
Four-wheel drive with software-controlled torque vectoring

Front powertrain
Motors (2)
220 kW (299 hp) each
Max torque 280 Nm each

800 V, 450 Arms phase current (for each motor)

2 x single speed gearboxes (two independent gearboxes)

Rear powertrain
Motors (2)
480 kW (653 hp) each
Torque max 900 Nm each

800 V, 1000 Arms phase current (for each motor)

2 x single speed gearboxes (housed between the motors)

Cooling Systems
5 cooling systems and 2 refrigerant circuits
Pumps and fans running on 48V

Chassis and structure:
Carbon fibre monocoque with integrated structural battery pack and bonded carbon fibre roof.
Weighs less than 200kg
2200 fibre plies and 222 aluminium inserts; torsional stiffness of 70,000 Nm/degree.

Weight distribution:
48/52 front/rear

Double wishbone suspension with electronically adjusted dampers and hydraulic lift system, front and rear anti-roll bars

Electro-hydraulic brake system with brake-by-wire and brake-blending
Front and rear brakes: CCMR 390 mm Brembo 6- piston

Active elements: front bonnet profile, front underbody flap, rear diffuser, rear wing
Cd in low-drag mode 0.3

ADAS Hardware
Cameras 13
Radars 6
Ultrasonic sensors 12

Length 4750mm
Width 1986 mm
Height 1208 mm
Wheelbase 2745 mm
Weight 2150 kg

Front 275/35 R20
Rear 315/35 R20

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Jonny Smith
Creative content maker, car presenter & car pervert for hire since ’98

0:00 Intro
1:22 Supported by Continental Tyres
1:35 Meet Mate
2:00 New name
4:17 Test driver chat
6:35 Quarter mile tests
9:25 Drifting
10:22 Factory tour
13:58 Road test
16:09 Design
18:20 More road driving
22:20 Chat with Mate
24:17 Verdict

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  1. This should be a Top Gear or Grand Tour production with Clarkson the Hamster Chris Harris or even Tiff on the runway with all the bells and whistles but it is so so much better that it’s Jonny presenting this car and talking with the owner and the test driver.

    Jonny produces the best car stories around from barn finds to this. It’s just extraordinary.

    Thanks for such a wonderful piece of motoring journalism.

    By the way how fast did you go?

  2. did anyone mantioned Janica Kostelić as famous present Croatians ? shame on you…btw, we must examine Tesla and Mate genes…

  3. That amazing,beauty and sexy ,supercar,is,supercar-porn for, real.🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤🤤

  4. A quick user interface question: so if you are cruising along and get surrounded by a gang of Dodge Tomahawks, what quick buttons (least steps possible) do you press or turn to go into crazy mode, to leave the Dodge Tomahawks behind you?

  5. That supercar looking absolutly, amazing ,beauty.🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

  6. Awesome 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆💕omg

  7. This is the #1 car in the world 👍🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆💕💓

  8. The “knob” feel looks to feel really $2 toy and it overall seems terribly unrefined (NVH) to me. Hats off for the rest of it though.

  9. Thanks Johnny, awesome video. I've fallen quite hard for Rimac Automobilli, and Mate Rimac. I must add too, you and Mate seem to get along famously, you two really seem like old friends, both so passionate. Bloody excellent 👏

  10. Mate Rimac is the new goat, not Stipe Miočić (croatian too) anymore……I'm just kidding , but this is something unbelievably……..RIMAC ( LIVAJA) OSTANI….

  11. What a fantastic video Jonny. Thank you for creating so much great content. Can tell how much of a mammoth effort went into this. Shines through the production!

  12. This is the best channel on YouTube at the moment.
    I had no interest in watching a review of a £2 million car but as usual Johnny is so watchable that every video he makes is a must watch.
    Brilliant stuff, oh and the car is proper fanboy dream car material.

  13. Oodles of applause to all whom contributed to this stunning road and track masterpiece, its predecessors, and its successors. Mate Rimac and company, you are proving that with vision, talent, persistence, lots of work, and some luck and self-made good fortune, you can bring dreams to reality. Thank you for sharing your creativity with the world.
    Jonny, you and your team have blessed us all with a truly remarkable review of this very special machine, man, and company. You have shared perspective that is beyond what many automotive journalists would present. Many thanks again!

  14. Man I hate videos, where the mics are so low and the shitty music is so loud. THIS CAR costs 2 Mio… go and by some proper mics. The Specs are almost visible 1 Second…..

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