Rimac Nora electric hypercar broke the speed record in the world!

03 June 1402 at 20:17

Rimac Nevera electric hypercar – Rimac Nevera has broken 23 speed and acceleration records in the world and immortalized its name in history!

At the same time as electric cars gained power in the world, many people were worried about the loss of the feeling of fast driving and high acceleration with the spread of these cars.

However, in recent years, these types of cars have reached such tremendous technological advances that they now move side by side with internal combustion cars and sometimes offer better technical specifications than them.

In this regard, an electric hypercar has recently managed to set several different speed and acceleration records in the world and dazzle the eyes.

This car was able to reach a speed of 249 mph (400 km/s) in an incredible time of 29.93 seconds and then stop, setting a world record for this acceleration.

Rimak Nora

It is not bad to know that this record is mostly used as a scale for measuring hypercars and tests various features such as acceleration, aerodynamics, maximum speed and stopping power.

The Rimac Nevera car, which uses an extraordinary all-electric engine, has provided an amazing combination of speed and stability, and in addition to the acceleration and braking test mentioned above, it also has 22 other acceleration records to its name. has registered

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The new hypercar of the Croatians, Rimac Nevera, has managed to break the most possible records in one day and by recording 23 acceleration and speed records in one day, it will immortalize its name in history!

According to the website of the Rimac company, the Nora electric car has moved these records while it has been operating at maximum power for a long time, and in all this time there was not a single report about failure or loss of performance!

The most impressive records set by this amazing hypercar are zero to 60 mph (96.7 km/h) in just 1.74 seconds and zero to 248 mph (400 km/h) in just 21.32 seconds.

All these records were recorded in the condition that the tested car used two pairs of road tires (Michelin Cup 2 R).

In addition, independent institutions such as Dewesoft and RaceLogic also confirmed the accuracy of the tests performed on this car.

What technology lies behind this stunning performance?

Rimac Nora car fully uses the domestic technologies of Croatia; So that the battery, power transmission system and its software part are all completely designed and made in Croatia.

This car uses four separate electric motors, each of which is installed on one of the wheels. Each of the engines installed on the rear wheels produces a torque of 900 Nm and has a power of 470 kW.

In addition, the front power transmission system of this car is also designed to provide an ideal balance between power and controllability. In this way, the new Rimac electric car has a total power of 1914 horsepower (1.4 MW) and produces a torque of 2360 Nm.

Meanwhile, the battery capacity of this car is 120 kWh.

The electronic control system of this car consists of a complex network of control units that cooperate with a supercomputer built on the Nvidia Pegasus platform to optimize the power transmission system and transfer the output to the four wheels at a rate of 100 times per second.

This Rimac control system is called All-Wheel Torque Vectoring 2 and manages all hardware and software tools of the Nevera hypercar.

Mit Rimak, the founder and CEO of Rimak Company, said some time ago about the Nora car:

In addition to setting these extraordinary records, the Nevera is capable of traveling 300 miles on a single charge. In addition, charging this car from zero to 80% takes less than 20 minutes.

Rimac Nevera car will be produced in only 150 copies for now. The production of this car is underway at the company’s main factory near Zagreb in Croatia.

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