Rimac Nevera 2023 Review, Price and Specifications

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Rimac tests the limits of human courage and material strength with its 1813 horsepower carbon fiber electric warhead. Croatian startup Nevera sports a one-piece monocoque chassis with battery cell ducts scattered under, between and behind the seats. With a pair of electric motors on each axle, the estimated 205-mile range isn’t going to win any awards, but the Nevera’s claimed DC fast charging speed of 500 kW should alleviate any range anxiety — once public infrastructure can actually hit those numbers. . Limited to just 150 units, the Nevera’s $2.2 million price tag further enhances its exclusivity, and it’s certainly a machine valets will be scrambling to park.

What’s New for 2023?

Production of the 1813-hp Nevera began last year. For 2023, Rimac Nevera is unchanged, as the company continues to meet its goal of fulfilling incoming orders.

Price and Which One to Buy

The hardest part wasn’t deciding how your Nevera was built, but finding enough couches to choose from to rack up the 220 million cents needed to make it to the list.

EV Motors, Power and Performance

Proving that no horsepower is too much, Nevera sports a four-motor all-electric powertrain that places carbon-armed permanent-magnet AC synchronous motors on each wheel with a single-speed direct-drive transmission. While 1877 horsepower is the battery’s maximum output, 1813 horsepower is the most power the motor can produce. Not like you’ll be able to tell the difference. The two front motors produce 295 horsepower and 207 pound-feet of torque, while the two rear drive units produce 644 horsepower and 664 pound-feet respectively. Rimac claims the Nevera can reach 60 mph in 1.85 seconds and the quarter mile in 8.6 seconds. it will be faster than anything we’ve ever tested, but the estimate is accompanied by one big asterisk; they are obtained from the prepared drag strips. A claimed top speed of 258 mph, however, few are crazy enough to try it.

Range, Charging and Battery Life

Let’s be honest, in a car with more horsepower than a Formula One racer, straight EV range isn’t the highest priority. All that jaw-dropping performance has trade-offs, and as such, the Nevera earned the EPA an estimated 205-mile range. How quickly that range shrinks after a few seconds of cruising at a 258 mph car, well, that’s up to the millionaires to decide. The Nevera uses a large 117.0-kWh battery pack that runs between and behind the seats and backrests with additional wing cells that spread out under the driver’s and passenger’s side legroom and serve as an area of ​​added rigidity to the car’s chassis. For more information on Nevera’s fuel economy, visit EPA website.

Real World Fuel and MPG Savings

According to EPA, Nevera achieved ratings of 53, 53, and 54 MPGe for combined estimated value, city, and highway respectively. We haven’t run Nevera on our 75 mph fuel-efficient route, which it is part of our extensive testing regimen, so we can’t evaluate real-world mpg. For more information on Nevera’s fuel economy, visit EPA website.

Interior, Comfort and Cargo

While performance was immediately at the forefront of the Nevera’s mission, Rimac wanted the feeling of sitting in it to match the excitement of driving it. While each of the 150 Neveras can be custom-built with a variety of materials, colors and stitching to accommodate any luxury look, the carbon monocoque that ties the entire car together cannot be overlooked. Bare carbon is present throughout the center fascia of the dash, as well as around the center console and covering the steering column. Suede and shiny billet aluminum are also common materials inside the Croatian all-electric hypercar.

Infotainment and Connectivity

The Nevera command center consists of three screens showing various vehicle controls and information. The large infotainment display is centrally mounted with billet machined hardware that allows it to fold forward for extra storage space, and its heavy duty helps prevent the screen from succumbing to the car’s intense lateral g acceleration. The passenger side LCD shows speed, acceleration and other info sure to get any co-pilot’s heart rate up. A wireless smartphone charger is also available and is found above the center console.

Safety and Driver Assistance Features

Nevera is not offered generally available driver assistance features, such as blind spot monitoring. For more information on Nevera crash test results, visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) website.



2022 Rimac Nevera
Vehicle Type: front and rear motorcycle, all-wheel-drive, 2-passenger, 2-door coupe

Base: $2,050,500 (2,000,000 euros converted using the exchange rate at the time of order)

Front Motors: 2 permanent magnet synchronous AC, 295 hp, 207 lb-ft each
Rear Motors: 2 permanent magnet synchronous AC, 644 hp, 664 lb-ft each
Combined Power: 1813 hp
Combined Torque: 1741 lb-ft
Battery Pack: liquid-cooled lithium-ion, 117.0 kWh
Built-in Charger: 22.0 kW
Transmission, F/R: direct drive

Wheelbase: 108.1 inches
Length: 187.0 inches
Width: 78.2 inches
Height: 47.6 inches
Cargo Volume: 4ft3
bridle weight (CD approx.): £5100

60 mph: 1.9 seconds
100 mph: 4.1 seconds
1/4-Mile: 8.6 sec
Top Speed: 258 mph

Combined/City/Highway: 53/53/54 MPGe
Range: 205 miles

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