We all know the specs by now, and with 1,914-horsepower on tap, you can't help but wonder how long it will take for another manufacturer to cough up something that's on par in terms of performance. Up until now, our imagination was the only means of figuring out how much potential the Nevera has, but with the start of a world tour, we're bound to be bombarded with information over the next few months.
For now, the Nevera has landed in London, where it will be showcased by H.R. Owen, a well-known luxury automotive dealer group, that happens to be the sole retailer of Rimac in the United Kingdom. Rimac has hand-picked dealer networks around the globe, companies which will take on the responsibility of delivering all of the 150 planned units to customers seeking the ultimate, electric thrill.
H.R. Owen will be organizing a series of static displays and drive test sessions for potential customers, and somehow I feel that these cars will sell like hotcakes, given all the positive media they've enjoyed so far. As the Goodwood Festival of Speed is also coming up, the Nevera will be there, and it will be interesting to follow if it will break the existing Hillclimb lap record, or if it will be driven sensibly.
Over the next eight months, the Rimac Nevera will continue its world tour, with almost 20 stops in Europe, Asia, and the United States. Talking about this special moment in Rimac history, Ken Choo, H.R. Owen CEO was visibly excited as he mentioned that: "Since meeting Mate Rimac and the whole Rimac Automobili team two years ago, we have believed wholeheartedly in their vision. To finally now see the culmination of years of development, with the Nevera finally in our showroom and on the streets of London, is a very special moment"