About a year ago, Croatian super-EV builder Rimac unveiled its newest model, the Nevera. The 150-example, 1,900-horsepower road-legal hypercar that emerged from the C_Two working draft comes loaded with unique bells and whistles, including Rimac’s proprietary AWTV, ‘All Wheel Torque Vectoring’, an AI-controlled ‘Coach Feature’, and an integrated battery pack/chassis design. It is also stickered at around $2.5 million.
At this year’s Monterey Car show, Rimac brought along a set of Neveras, and — as the company is bundled with Bugatti under the newly created Bugatti Rimac, itself mostly owned by Rimac, with Porsche holding a considerable 45% stake — showed off the fruit of its labors as part of a present-day quasi-mythological hypercar tableau on the grass of the Quail.
The trip to the West Coast of the U.S. isn’t the last stop on the Nevera’s fledgling journey, however. One of the examples displayed at the Quail will embark on a tour of the country, a meet-and-greet for dreamers and those with the desire and wherewithal — $2.1 million starting price — to actually own a road car that can hit 62 MPH in 1.97 seconds.