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Rimac Concept_One Shown in Monaco with Price Tag

Heralded as the first electric supercar, the Croatian-built Rimac is also a real eye catcher. Adriano Mudri - the exterior designer - wanted the car to be ‘simple and clear with a lot of sporty elegance to easily catch up with its competitors in this power and exclusivity class’, and he has succeeded indeed.
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The car gets an electric motor at each corner, giving it all-wheel drive and excellent off-the-mark performance: 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 2.8 seconds. The manufacturer also claims that the car can go 600 km (370 miles) on one charge and has a top speed of 305 km/h (190 mph).

Despite having the word ‘concept’ in its name, the Concept_One does have a price tag and can be bought. The news was announced while Rimac was showing off the car at the Top Marques show in Monaco. A limited production run of 88 examples has also been announced. If you are interested, expect each car to go for €740.000 ($980.000).

If the car lives up to its promised figures of performance and efficiency, factoring in its sleek and stylish outside and a custom leather interior by Bulgarian aftermarket developer Vilner there’s no reason not to buy one if you’ve got the credit and are fond of polar bears.

 
 
 
 
 

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