Rimac C_Two makes a statement in Forza Horizon 4

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Rimac C_Two in Forza Horizon 4

Production version of Rimac C_Two will hit the roads by next year, but for fans there is a golden opportunity to try it on digital platform. Rimac C_Two electric hypercar has been added to Forza Horizon 4 and gives them a chance to drive the car. Rimac introduced C_Two at 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Over the course of 15 months, Rimac is engaged in its development. Rimac C_Two promises to push production car performance boundary. Now, that their first all-electric hypercar is added to Xbox and Windows, fans will be more than thrilled to ride it.

Rimac C_Two in Forza Horizon 4 Rimac C_Two in Forza Horizon 4

C_Two is underpinned by bespoke carbon fiber chassis that easily incorporates large battery pack that uses battery cells acting as structural elements. Powertrain in the Rimac C_Two consist of four electric motors that offers a combined output of 1,888hp and 2,300 Nm of torque. Power is derived from a 120 kWh battery. Rimac claims that the electric hypercar can hit 0 to 60mph in 1.85 seconds and takes just 4.3 seconds to hit 100mph from stagnant position. If the driving roads are clear, it can hit top speed of 258 mph.

Rimac C_Two in Forza Horizon 4 Rimac C_Two in Forza Horizon 4

Rimac’s monocoque has the suspension mounted on the full carbon fiber part. It stretches from the rear crash structure to the front crash structure. To ensure development cost is tight, they collaborated with Pininfarina who paid them $91 million to secure C_Two platform and powertrain for Battista. Rimac also promises that C_Two can drive 650 miles on a single charge. Deliveries to first customer will begin from next year with starting price of $2.1 million.

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