Production of Rimac C_Two is inching closer to production as the company revealed that engineers and test drivers have spent past month in putting through its paces. The latest round of tests is focused towards evaluating and refining driving dynamics, steering feel, suspension setup and tires of the hypercar. However, these are just the beginning as they continue to test development prototype at the Nardò Technical Center in Italy and other places around the world. Rimac claims that these tests will enable them to fine tune every aspect of the car ahead of the launch and deliveries scheduled for end of next year.
Production version of Rimac C_Two is set to be unveiled at next March in Geneva Motor Show. At the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, C_Two Concept was previewed as pure electric GT hypercar that is capable on the roads but also tracks. Rimac C_Two uses four electric motors at each wheel and supported by 120 kWh battery pack. Rimac stated that it will have uniquely adaptable all-wheel drive system that can deliver from ultimate grip to rear-wheel drive dynamism as per driver’s preference.
Rimac C_Two with help from four electric motors offers a combined output of 1,888hp and 2,300 Nm of torque. The setup will enable C_Two to accelerate from 0-60mph in 1.85 seconds and reaches a top speed of 258mph. Despite being provided with so much power, range is not affected. As per WLTP cycle, on a single charge it offers a driving range of 342 miles. As we reported earlier, C_Two will have a different name for production. Production of Rimac C_Two is limited to 150 units and as per AutoNews Europe, it is priced from €2.2 million.