• Rimac C_Two prototype

    As its name suggests, the C_Two is actually the second electric hypercar from the growing Croation firm.

  • Rimac C_Two
    Don't expect a Rimac SUV anytime soon

    Electric powertrain supplier and supercar builder Rimac has its fingers on the pulse of the market, but it's not planning to cave and build a performance SUV, its boss says. Company founder and CEO Mate Rimac told Top Gear in a recent interview that while the market may exist for hotted-up SUVs, he...

  • Rimac Crash Testing
    Rimac crash tested the same C_Two monocoque six times

    The monocoque of the Rimac Concept_Two was so strong, Rimac was able to use it for six crash tests.

  • Rimac C_Two
    Rimac C_Two undergoes crash testing

    It’s hard to take your eyes off the Rimac C_Two. After all, the car is a beautifully styled electric hypercar that can go from 0-60 in just 1.85 seconds and hit a top speed of 258 mph. But for Rimac’s latest C_Two test, you might want to look away. That’s because the C_Two has...

  • Mate Rimac, CEO and founder of Rimac
    Meet the behind-the-scenes teams that put Rimac on the road

    Mate Rimac details the work of the various departments at the Croatian electric car automaker that bears his name.

  • Porsche Taycan sketch
    Rimac boss digs the Porsche Taycan

    Mate Rimac builds electric supercars at the company that bears his name, but the Croatian executive says he likes the Porsche Taycan as well.

  • Rimac CEO Mate Rimac in facility tour

    We've arrived at episode three of four for Rimac's in-depth facility tour, and this one focuses on how the firm designs its supercars. To date, the firm has revealed two models to the world: the Concept_One and the C_Two. In the latest video, CEO and founder Mate Rimac takes us through the design and engineering department where the final touches are underway for the C_Two—a 1,914-horsepower electric hypercar. Here, Mr. Rimac says the team gets the last 5, 10, or 15 percent needed to call a design complete. We see numerous simulations of the C_Two on computer screens where the company...

  • Rimac production facility tour
    Watch how Rimac builds its supercars

    Rimac, the Croatian EV tech supplier and supercar maker, is back with the second episode of its in-depth facility tour. While the first episode looked at design and engineering processes, episode two is all about the manufacturing process. It's a marvel to see, knowing that Rimac started with CEO...

  • Mate Rimac, CEO and founder of Rimac
    Tour the Rimac facilities with Mr. Rimac himself

    Croatian EV tech supplier and supercar maker Rimac has seen a wild growth since the company truly began in 2011. Like all good startups, founder and CEO Mate Rimac began the company in his own garage. Today, Rimac's workforce sits at over 500 employees from just one guy in a garage. To mark Rimac's...

  • Rimac C_Two
    Hyundai N electric sports car confirmed with Rimac deal

    Hyundai N is developing an electric sports car that will leverage technology from Rimac. The new car is due by 2020.

  • Pininfarina Battista
    Move over Ferrari, 1,877-hp Pininfarina Battista promises to be most-powerful Italian car yet

    Battista "Pinin" (little brother) Farina always wanted to build a road car of his own. The man who founded the design firm Pininfarina 90 years ago never achieved his goal, but on Monday his namesake company, under the direction of his grandson Paolo, showed the production version of a car that...

  • Rimac C_Two wind tunnel testing
    Rimac C_Two undergoes extensive wind tunnel testing

    The Rimac C_Two may be nearly sold out, but the electric supercar isn't ready for prime time just yet. Engineers are still hard at work finalizing the car ahead of production, and Rimac gave fans a look behind the scenes in the wind tunnel. Rimac started from a clean sheet with the C_Two which...

  • Teaser for Pininfarina Battista debuting at 2019 Geneva auto show

    The experts in high-performance electric car technology at Rimac have been tapped to provide the powertrain for the PF0 electric hypercar being developed by Pininfarina. Rimac is most famous for its own electric hypercars, the most recent being the C_Two that debuted at the 2018 Geneva auto show, but the company's main business is supplying EV technology to OEMs. We're talking everything from batteries to electric motors to the software and modules that control them. The C_Two features a 120-kilowatt-hour battery and four electric motors with a combined output of 1,914 horsepower and 1,700...

  • Rimac C_Two California
    Rimac shows off beautiful blue C_Two California fitted with champagne holders

    Rimac is doing amazing things with its electric supercars. The Croatian company has moved on from the Concept_One and now the C_Two is basically sold out. But there was enough space on the production line to create this beautiful blue example that Rimac is calling the C_Two California. We hope the...

  • Rimac C_Two
    Porsche buys 10-percent stake in electric supercar maker Rimac

    Porsche has big plans to be a leader in the electric-car segment, and it has just inked a new partnership with a familiar company to bolster its position. The German sports car and luxury vehicle maker announced on Wednesday that it's purchased a 10-percent stake in the Croatian firm Rimac...

  • Rimac C_Two
    Rimac C_Two almost sold out despite $2M price tag

    It was only unveiled at last month's 2018 Geneva auto show but Rimac's C_Two electric supercar is already close to being sold out—despite a $2 million starting price. In an interview with Autocar published on March 28, Kreso Coric, who heads sales at Rimac, said the Croatian firm is planning...

  • Rimac C_Two
    Rimac C_Two electric supercar lands in Geneva with amazing specs and gorgeous lines

    Rimac on Tuesday dropped its all-electric supercar bombshell on the Geneva auto show. The car is called the C_Two, and it represents a technological leap forward over the still-amazing Concept_One. Thanks to its 120-kwh battery pack, the Rimac C_Two is capable of producing 1,914 horsepower from its...

  • Teaser for Rimac electric supercar debuting at 2018 Geneva auto show
    Rimac's next electric supercar almost fully revealed in new teaser video

    When Rimac first turned up at the 2011 Frankfurt auto show with the Concept_One electric supercar, few could have guessed at the time that less than a decade on there would be a race among the major automakers to electrify their lineups. Now Rimac is ready to unveil its successor to the...

  • Nikola One

    Two major movements occurred this week on the alternative-propulsion front. First, Croatian firm Rimac, responsible for the insane Concept_One supercar, announced Chinese battery manufacturer Camel Group has invested $36 million into its future operations. Second, Bosch announced it will join forces with startup Nikola Motor to bring its conceptual hydrogen-electric semi trucks to production. Camel Group's $36 million investment into Rimac is a significant one and allocates a large chunk of funds to Rimac's sister company, Greyp Bikes. The company, which has been developing advanced electric...

  • Rimac Concept_One
    First details on Rimac's next electric supercar emerge

    Rimac isn't sitting on its hands. The oddball Croatian electric supercar firm is preparing to unveil its second supercar next year. It will follow the Rimac Concept_One. With a working title of Concept_Two, Rimac's chief operating officer Monika Mikac told Autocar the supercar will be more...

  • Crashed Rimac Concept_One driven by Richard Hammond - Image via ‘The Grand Tour’
    Swiss hill climb organizers fined after Hammond Concept_One crash

    Richard Hammond had a rather big off recently. While shooting footage for the upcoming season of the "The Grand Tour," the presenter lost control of the Rimac Concept_One he was driving and plunged down a hill, clipped a house, and had the car burst into flames. He escaped with some serious knee...

  • Richard Hammond and Mate Rimac
    Richard Hammond and Rimac boss discuss Concept_One crash

    “The Grand Tour” host Richard Hammond was involved in a major accident on June 10 while taking part in a Swiss hill climb. He was driving the 1,206-horsepower Rimac Concept_One, and when approaching a sharp bend appeared to have lost control of the electric supercar which then skidded...

  • Richard Hammond with the Rimac Concept_One prior to his crash on June 10, 2017
    Richard Hammond's wife is over his risky adventures

    Yes, ladies, Richard Hammond is off the market. He's been married for some time and has someone at home who truly cares about his well being. That someone, Mindy Hammond, is, quite frankly, over all of Richard's risky adventures. She penned an exclusive story for Express detailing her feelings...

  • Richard Hammond with the Rimac Concept_One prior to his crash on June 10, 2017
    Rimac provides more details on Richard Hammond’s crash

    “The Grand Tour” host Richard Hammond was involved in a major accident on June 10 while taking part in a Swiss hill climb. He was driving the 1,206-horsepower Rimac Concept_One, and when approaching a sharp bend appeared to have lost control of the electric supercar which then skidded...

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