Rimac Nevera

Approx. ₹178,530,001
Not Available For Direct Sale in India
Body Hypercar
Fuel Type Electric
Mileage 490 km on Full Charge
Battery Info 120 kWh Lithium Manganese Nickel
Drive AWD
Exterior Color E-Racing Blue, Gunpowder Grey, P5 Silver, Polar White, Riviera Blue
Interior Color Widely Customizable
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Starting From: AED 7,841,556


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Disclaimer: All the prices mentioned above are based on an approximated calculation based in their respective countries. Taxes may vary country to country.

Rimac Nevera

Body Design - 96%
Interior Design - 93%
Performance Rating - 97%
Safety and Comfort - 78%
Ride Quality - 85%

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Rimac Nevera – A Simple yet Elegant Design That Serves to Practicality

Considering how the Rimac Nevera looks from the outside might lead you to a wrong judgment. It looks exactly like any other ordinary hypercar from the Koenigsegg’s or the Ferrari’s. However you cannot judge a book by its cover, this car has achieved far more than just how it looks like. Rimac Nevera holds the title for being the fastest electric car in the world that’s in production as of 2024. If you’re reading just in order to know the Rimac Nevera top speed, well, it can easily reach a claimed top speed of up to 412 kilometers per hour (kmph), roughly around 258 miles an hour (mph).

Coming back to the exteriors, the design language is somewhat of a less flashy sports car that hides a different character underneath. It’s quite different and rare to see these days when you notice a sports car that aesthetically looks less aggressive. It shares a majority of its design elements from Rimac’s first ever project car from scratch, the Concept One hypercar. Withstanding an immense performance potential, the exterior design is purely dedicated towards the aerodynamics and system cooling purposes of Rimac Nevera. Although, it’s not as if the car looks out of the league in terms of being a hypercar. Everything remains the same in the case of Rimac Nevera, such as the wide aerodynamic stance with low ground clearance.

Streamline Design Ergonomics

Rimac Automobili has done a brilliant job designing the Nevera, there is nothing that could be tagged as impractical on this hypercar. The exterior plays a key role in Nevera’s active aerodynamics system that adjusts four different elements, two at the front and two at the back including the rear wing. All of these active elements are hydraulically operated ducts and wings that automatically deploy as the car accelerates, brakes, corners, or is even at its top speed. These active elements help the Rimac Nevera generate 326 percent more downforce with high-speed stability as well as cornering, and even functioning as an air brake. As it is a fully electric hypercar, almost every action of the car is being controlled by an intelligent ICU unit that takes care of the dampers, brakes, steering, throttle, electronic stability control (ESC), etc.

Walking towards the side profile of the Nevera is where you’ll notice a long shape that effectively runs from the front wheel arches and narrows ahead of the rear wheels resembling a neck-tie. “The neck-tie has provided a symbol of Croatian strength and identity since the 17th century,” as per Rimac Automobili’s design director, Adriano Mudri. However as we have mentioned earlier, there is nothing impractical on this car. The neck-tie design functions as an air intake for the rear cooling systems.

If you’re wondering how to get inside the Rimac Nevera, well, it features a set of two beautiful butterfly-wing doors that are quite heavy to operate despite a full carbon fibre monocoque and bodywork. Getting in and out of the car however, is much of an ease for tall drivers, which is somewhat of an issue that you get to see with many hypercars including the Ferrari’s, Lamborghini’s, Koenigsegg’s and even Pagani’s. Alongside the doors, there are three functional LED lights on each side placed in a row. These three lights can be manually configured to your liking or change appearance depending on the driving mode selected. Rimac Nevera is an exceptional electric hypercar that combines practicality and elegance, with a unique design.

Exquisite Quality Touch with a Spacious Cabin

When you step inside the Rimac Nevera, you’ll be able to sense an extraordinary premium quality touch. Something obvious to be expected considering more than a million-dollar Rimac Nevera price tag.

The seating posture is quite amazing with a low-set windscreen base that provides good visibility. Rimac Nevera offers a two-seat cabin that smartly wraps around you in a way as if it were an extension of your body. Like the exteriors, the cabin design feels minimalistic but sophisticated, with fewer fancy buttons around the cabin. The battery placement inside the car needs to be appreciated as well, all thanks to its H-shaped design, which allows the bucket chairs to be mounted as low as possible to the ground.

Furthermore, the positions of the seats as well as the steering wheel can be electrically adjusted via the central touchscreen to your liking.

Like any other electric car, Rimac Nevera runs on its in-house infotainment software that allows access to useful data and customization to enhance the overall driving experience. The infotainment software graphics are crisp and easy to read at one glance, with a set of solid physical buttons under the central touch screen for more functionality. You can even adjust the side mirrors, climate control, and navigation from the same central touch screen.

Apart from that, you will notice unique twist dials next to the steering wheel which can be twisted, pushed, or pulled depending on the alteration of the drive settings. However, one might get confused with those round dials as AC vents at a glance, unless you take a closer look at their functionality. Another large digital screen houses the instrument console in front of the driver’s seat. This instrument console can be customized as per what information the driver wants to see in front of him while enthusiastically enjoying his roller coaster ride with great visibility.

Uncompromised Comfort at Your Fingertips

This is a car that will not make you feel tired at long drives as well despite being a hypercar. The flat-bottomed steering wheel gives you a great sense of control with its electronic assistance on the go. The steering unit houses buttons on the spokes that are made of high-quality materials.

rimac nevera interiors

Rimac Nevera is a different car from inside with each corner of Nevera’s cabin designed and built by Rimac Automobili from scratch. You won’t find its high-quality switchgear in any other car. Although the bucket seats are manufactured by Sabelt as per Rimac’s specification to allow for worldwide homologation. Rimac Automobili gives you the option to customize the interiors of this car in a variety of materials including leather as well as non-leather trims.

Heaps of Uniquely Loaded Technology

The car that exists in front of us today is an engineering marvel built from scratch within Rimac’s in-house production facility that started from a small garage in Croatia and was owned by its founder Mate Rimac’s parents.

rimac nevera chassis

In terms of technology and engineering, Rimac Nevera is an extraordinary machine that entirely runs on a 120kWh battery system which is controlled by an Nvidia Pegasus-based supercomputer. The supercomputer synthesizes around six terabytes of data per hour of driving, tracking 4,500 inputs. These 4,500 inputs further transmit data in the form of signals to the four independent electric motors 100 times per second.

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The name Rimac Nevera sits on an impressive single-piece carbon fibre monocoque chassis that holds the front and rear crash structures along with the roof, weighing under 200 kilograms only. As Rimac Automobili claims, this single-piece carbon fibre monocoque is the largest as well as the stiffest piece of carbon fibre available in the industry, withstanding its torsional rigidity higher than that of an LMP1 racer.

rimac nevera battery

The H-shape 120kWh battery pack is incorporated across the floor mostly behind the cockpit to deliver 50:50 weight distribution. If we dig into the 120kWh battery pack details, it is made up of 6,960 individual Lithium Manganese Nickel cells that are liquid-cooled with 730v of maximum voltage.

State-Of-The-Art Systems Provide an Exceptional Driving Pleasure

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To bring the car to a run, there are four surface-mounted permanent magnet motors along with four individual gearboxes, each wheel runs on its own individual motors and single-speed reduction gearboxes which make the Rimac Nevera capable of being a four-wheel drive hypercar. The two motors at the front each produce 307hp and 270Nm of torque, whereas the two big motors at the rear each produce 600hp and 900Nm of torque. These four electric motors combined produce a total of 1914 HP of power and 2360 Nm of peak torque output.

rimac nevera technology

With all that power, you’ll get to experience a different machine with a whining sound instead of the V8 or V12 engine roars. This is the same powertrain setup that you get to see on the Pininfarina Battista hypercar, that’s because Rimac Automobili supplies Pininfarina, amongst others, including Ferrari, Hyundai, Porsche, Koenigsegg and Aston Martin. Apart from that, Rimac Nevera comes equipped with heaps of technology including its torque-vectoring system that enables the car to configure the distribution of considerable power output available to the four electric motors.

Furthermore, Rimac’s torque-vectoring system can also be manually customized by the driver himself. This torque-vectoring system can smartly calculate which wheel requires more of traction and can shift the torque output between 0 to 100% depending on the terrain. Also, you can transfer 100 percent of the torque to the rear wheels and watch this beautiful hypercar drift, which Rimac terms the “drift mode”.

Rimac Nevera – An Hypercar That Never Loses its Control

rimac nevera top speed

If we put all things together, Rimac Nevera weighs around 2,150 kgs including the weight of major components such as the inverters, traction control system, regenerative braking system, high-voltage and low-voltage harnesses, electronic control units and a bespoke 22kW on-board AC charger. Additionally, Rimac Nevera offers a 490-kilometer WLTP drive range once fully charged that takes nearly 19 minutes to go from zero to an 80 percent state of charge when plugged into a 500 kW charger.

In terms of performance and driving dynamics, Rimac offers an AI (Artificial Intelligence) Driver Coach functionality that gets updated timely over a built-in over-the-air update system. AI Driver Coach utilizes Nevera’s suite of ultrasonic and radar sensors in coordination with its 13 cameras, to help drivers learn racetracks and perfect their lines, providing real-time guidance as you’re driving on the road or a circuit. The Rimac Nevera is the fastest electric car in the world that’s in production.

rimac nevera top speed

It can reach 0-100 kmph in just 1.81 seconds and can go for a top speed of up to 412kmph/258mph. This also proves the Rimac Nevera is the fastest-accelerating production car on the earth to date.

Once all of that technology and engineering meet the horizon, Rimac Nevera turns into a brutal machine that quickly moves your head back against the headrest. With default settings, you don’t even need to hold the steering wheel to accelerate hard in a straight line, as the system controls traction and stability automatically while providing you enough confidence to accelerate harder deploying its full potential to the road.

Superior Handling Dynamics in Coalition With Electronics

The best part about the Rimac Nevera is its unmatchable handling and the feedback it provides once you hit the pedal to its floor. We have never seen any other Hypercar with such an amazing sense of feel and feedback that the Nevera provides to its driver, as it seamlessly makes you feel as if the car is functioning just as an extension of your body.


Driving the Rimac Nevera is something sensational as well as unique in its own terms. The amount of confidence you feel while holding the steering of this car is remarkable, as everything seems to be just in control as one would prefer. Trust us, you will never feel getting used to it, because when the Nevera comes into action you can sense an immediate change of characteristics within this hypercar while still being in great control.

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Unlike most other hypercars, the Rimac Nevera is not going to scare you while driving despite being a 1918 horsepower machine. With such a massive power output there needs to be a great amount of traction control to handle all of that power and torque. Well, this car will not disappoint you in any order, as the Nevera has been specifically tuned by Rimac to work incredibly well in every character you throw it in.

Its finely tuned electronics address the car relentlessly to provide you with the best driving experience ever, whether you take it offroad or onroad, whether you want to go slow or fast. The Electronic Stability Control (ESC) system functions extraordinarily in search of the best grip available to each wheel.

Glides Like a Cloud With 326 Percent More Downforce

However, handling this electric beast properly might take you some time and effort as the car behaves differently in each drive mode you select from the five drive modes available; Range, Cruise, Sport, Track, and Drift.

Bugatti Rimac

Each drive mode has a unique set of tuning maps for the throttle, ESC, steering, dampers, and aerodynamics. Rimac Nevera is more of a gran turismo than a proper track-day car. The acceleration response is terrific, it feels like you’re running way faster than you are supposed to. The acceleration on this hypercar is so quick, indeed, it makes a 1600bhp Bugatti Chiron Supersport look quite slow in competition to this car in a straight-line drag race. And once you hit its full throttle, the Nevera doesn’t have any fake sounds of a V-8 or V-12 engine tuned to appease your ears, but all you can hear are four whirring motors—pretty loud and sensational of a high-end electric hypercar.

The Rimac Nevera has an astounding advantage when you push it around corners, as you can sense how much torque is being pumped out through each wheel in front of your eyes on the instrument console. If we dig more through the driving modes, it is Track or Drift mode where you can slide it into the corners and push the throttle to its full at the exit of a corner by accelerating sooner and harder. The electronics are always there for you though, unless you switch them all off, which we suggest you not do. The electronics of the Nevera are there to deliver maximum edge and as much feel through the steering and seats at all times.

Miroslav Zrnčević, a former automotive journalist who started a car magazine in Croatia is now the official development driver for Rimac Automobili. Everyone calls him Miro here at Rimac. He’s the man who piloted the Nevera to 256 mph, a world record for an electric car, along with several other FIA and Guinness world records, including the fastest electric hypercar driving in reverse. Miro states “the Nevera felt like it was just getting warmed up” when he broke all of these world records.

Quick and Regenerative Braking Performance

One thing that scares us still is the absence of a roll cage, which could have been an addition in terms of the overall safety of the driver. Furthermore, the suspension of the Rimac Nevera is not any different as it’s a hypercar. You can not expect the Nevera to be soft and plush to drive being a hypercar. It comes equipped with double unequal-length wishbones at each corner with electronically adjustable dampers all around.

Last but not least, if we talk about the brakes, Rimac Nevera features a set of four large carbon ceramic discs with 6-piston calipers. These brake calipers are further assisted by electronic systems, however, even if the e-systems fail to function the brakes of the car still work conventionally. The same goes with the steering, as you’ll still be able to operate the Nevera despite an e-systems failure. As an integral part of the systems, this car is even capable of regenerating power on the move with an awe-inspiring analogue-like feel.


  • Acoustic laminated side glass (front)
  • Ambient lighting
  • Auto-dimming interior rear view mirror
  • Automatic headlights with Auto High Beam (AHB)
  • Alcantara Upholstery
  • Cabin courtesy lighting
  • Door integrated puddle lighting
  • Electric steering column tilt & reach adjustment
  • Electric windows
  • Front and rear parking sensors with visual indicator
  • Two Seats Electronically Adjustable
  • Glovebox with electric locking
  • Keyless start/stop button
  • Rain sensing windscreen wipers
  • Sport steering wheel, non-heated
  • Sport seats
  • Leather / Alcantara® – black
  • Match-to stitching
  • Micro- perforation seat detailing
  • Embroidered Rimac headrest
  • Premium Audio System
  • Rotary infotainment system interface
  • Touchpad infotainment controller
  • Wireless charger
  • 5 Cooling System
  • 2 Refrigerant Circuits


Safety Systems

  • Driver airbag (steering wheel)
  • Passenger airbag Side airbag (lamella bag installed in the door at belt line)

Dynamic Safety

  • Torque Vectoring with traction control and stability control
  • Integrated with hydraulic ESC and ABS system

Chassis and Structural

  • Carbon fibre monocoque with integrated structural battery pack
  • Pre-preg monocoque passanger cell with aluminum and carbon-fibre crash structures
  • Deformation zones
  • Bonded carbon fibre roof
  • Carbon fibre rear subframe merged with the tub
  • Carbon fibre and aluminium crash structures


  • Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC)
  • Auto Emergency Braking (AEB)
  • Auto Park Assist
  • Auto Vehicle Hold
  • Blind Spot Warning (BSW) inc. Lane Change Warning (LCW)
  • Door Exit Warning (DEW)
  • Forward Collision Warning (FCW)
  • Lane Departure Warning (LDW)
  • Lane Keep Assist (LKA)
  • Rear Cross Traffic Detection (RCT)
  • Speed Limiter
  • Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR)


  • Keyless Entry with Remote Central Locking
  • Vehicle Alarm & Immobiliser



  • Solid exterior paint colour
  • Gloss black sport lower pack
  • Red tail lights
  • Michelin Pilot Sport 4S Tires
  • Paint protection film
  • Brembo brake calipers
  • Rimac Designer key


  • Butterfly Wing Doors
  • Bi-LED AHB (auto high beam assist) headlamps with day time running lights, position lamp, lock /unlock graphic theatre.
  • Sport style LED Daytime running lights with integrated direction indicators
  • Signature full width LED tail lights with active stop tail light, indicator functions
  • Sport design front bumper with double vane grille, wide body cooling intakes, high gloss black sport splitter and aero front wheel arch winglets

Active Aerodynamics

  • Active front bonnet profile
  • Active front underbody flap
  • Active rear diffuser
  • Active rear wing
  • Cd in low-drag mode 0.3


ADAS Hardware

  • 13 Cameras
  • 6 Radars
  • 12 Ultrasonic Sensors


  • 12v charging socket
  • AM/FM/DAB radio
  • Apple CarPlay™
  • Battery conditioning connection
  • Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity with audio streaming
  • Natural Voice control
  • Rotary infotainment system interface
  • Satellite navigation system (HDD)
  • SD Card Port
  • SiriusXM Satellite radio (US/CA only)
  • SOS Emergency Call (EU / Rus only)
  • USB ports

Performance Assist

  • Intelligent wet brake control with brake pad wear indication
  • Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
  • Dynamic Torque Vectoring (DTV)
  • Electric Parking Brake (EPB)
  • Electronic Brakeforce Distribution (EBD)
  • Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
  • Emergency Brake Assist (EBA)
  • Launch control
  • Hill Start Assist (HSA)
  • Roll-over Stability Control (RSC)
  • Traction Control (TC)
  • Trailer Stability Control (TSC)
Brakes & Tyres

Front Brakes: CCMR 390 mm 6- Piston, with ducted cooling Electro-Hydraulic brake system with Brake-by-Wire functionality, brake-blending, and pedal feel simulator (EBD), (ABS), (EBA), (ESC), (TC), (TSC)

Rear Brakes: CCMR 390 mm 6- Piston, with ducted cooling Electro-Hydraulic brake system with Brake-by-Wire functionality, brake-blending, and pedal feel simulator (EBD), (ABS), (EBA), (ESC), (TC), (TSC)

Front Tyre: 275/35 R20 Alloy

Rear Tyre: 315/35 R20 Alloy

Tyre Sensors: Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

Front Suspension: Double Wishbone Suspension with Electronically Adjusted Dampers, Hydraulic lift system, and Anti-Roll Bars

Rear Suspension: Double Wishbone Suspension with Electronically Adjusted Dampers, Hydraulic lift system, and Anti-Roll Bars

Powertrain & Battery Specs

Battery Capacity: 120 kWh Lithium Manganese Nickel Battery Pack

Number of Cells: 6960 Lithium Manganese Nickel Cells

Cell Format: Cylindrical, 21700 form-factor

Maximum Voltage: 730V

Cooling: Liquid

Maximum Power: 1408 kW / 1,914 HP

Maximum Torque: 2,340 NM

Range: 490 kilometers “**WLTP Range based on final testing”

Front Motors (x2): 226 kW (307 hp) with Max Torque 270 NM each

Rear Motors (x2): 450 kW (612 hp) with Max Torque 900 Nm each

Front Gearbox: Two single speed gearboxes (two independent gearboxes – one at each outer end of the axle)

Rear Gearbox: Double single speed gearbox (two gearboxes in one housing between the motors)

Front Inverter: 800 V, 450 Arms phase current (for each motor)

Rear Inverter: 800 V, 1000 Arms phase current (for each motor)

Battery Cooling System: 5 Cooling Systems and 2 Refrigerant Circuits with Fans and pumps running on 48V

Weight & Dimensions

Length: 4,745 mm

Width: 2,052 mm

Height: 1,240 mm

Wheelbase: 2,745 mm

Kerb Weight: 2,150-2,300 Kg

Seating Capacity: 2 Seater

Active Elements: Front bonnet profile, Front underbody flap, Rear diffuser, Rear wing

The Final Verdict – Rimac Automobili

Bugatti Rimac

To be true, there are plenty of fast and convincing hypercar options available in the market other than the Rimac Nevera. Let it be the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport, the Mercedes-AMG One, Koenigsegg Jesko, the Aston Martin Valkyre, the Lotus Evija, and the list goes so on. However, the confidence that you gain behind the steering wheel of this car is something phenomenal. As there are only 150 limited units to be produced for the world, Rimac Nevera counts among one of the highly exclusive hypercars around the world. Considering Rimac’s knowledge of technology, batteries, inverters, and e-motors, they have developed almost everything in-house from scratch.

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From the beginning of 2024, we are rapidly stepping towards the electric age with day-to-day electrical revolutions gathering serious momentum. Rimac Automobili, a 12-year-old automobile manufacturer born from the grounds of Nikola Tesla, is headed by a nearly 30-year-old CEO, and that too from a country that has no history of making any car before. By the name of Tesla, do not get confused between Elon Musk’s American theme “Tesla”.

We are talking about Croatia, the homeland of scientist Nikola Tesla who gave us the invention of alternating current (AC) electricity in 1856. Since the discovery of Rimac Automobili, everything we thought we knew about hypercars changed significantly.

Handcrafted With Precision

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Built by hand in Sveta Nedelja, Croatia, the Nevera is a beautiful combination of art and engineering. Consisting of the second-largest battery pack available on a production car along with giant 15.3-inch six-piston carbon-ceramic Brembo brakes, an electronically adjustable suspension, and active aerodynamics, Rimac Nevera price certainly lives up to its billing. If you’re wondering who has the largest battery pack available on a production car? Well, the American startup Rivian’s battery pack is larger, at 133 kWh.


Source: Automobili Pininfarina

In terms of an overall package, it features a 3.5-cubic foot trunk space where on the other hand you’ll get to see a V8, V12, or W16 engine on most other cars accessed through the rear glass. The design here is somewhat less flashy, however, if you want the same fun with better aesthetics then you can check out the Pininfarina Battista which has the same mechanical setup as of the Nevera. That’s because Rimac Automobili is also building the mechanically identical Pininfarina Battista alongside the Nevera for those searching for a visual appeal.

What’s the Future Of Rimac Automobili?

Source: BMW Group

It’s only the starting point for the Croatian company, both Hyundai and Porsche own parts of the company. Rimac even serves its engineering arm licensing its technology to Koenigsegg and Aston Martin, and it just bought Bugatti from Volkswagen. Apart from that, Rimac Technology has even joined hands with the BMW Group for a long-term partnership recently in April 2024. Coming back to the Nevera, if we keep all the world records apart including the fastest electric car in the world tag. Is the Rimac Nevera worth its price tag? The answer to this question is quite long. As of being a hypercar, Rimac Nevera justifies its price as an incredibly exciting piece of automotive technology and art rolled into one that could be driven for long distances comfortably.

Is The Nevera a Package Worth Consideration?

Rimac Nevera

Ignoring Rimac’s big, bold claims, Rimac Nevera still offers decent promising technology wrapped in an engaging hypercar form. But unfortunately for British as well as Indian buyers, the steering wheel on all cars will be on the left-hand side. One more thing is that the Rimac Nevera top speed limit is governed to 219 mph only. It is not that the car is not capable of going any further but Rimac asks you to find the tires good for 256 mph, and they are ready to discuss and do it for you.

It’s quite hard to come to a solid conclusion about the Rimac Nevera. An Accommodating cockpit, stunning on-road comfort. Easily wins a drag race against anything you compete it with, as a car the Nevera is simply far, far better than you’d expect. A masterpiece of performance engineering and design.


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  • Dynamic Active Aerodynamics
  • First of its Kind Hypercar
  • Dynamic Torque Vectoring System
  • Advance Driver Assistance Systems
  • Toughest in Segment Carbon Fibre Chassis
  • 23 FIA & Guinness World Records
  • Second Largest fast-charging 120 Kwh Battery Capacity on a Car
  • Built From Scratch
  • First Car From a Croatian Manufacturer
  • All-Wheel Drive
  • Artificial Intelligence Assisted Driving


  • The brake pedal feels artificial feedback
  • Misses a roll cage which could have added safety
  • The use of under development artificial intelligence program on such a powerful car
  • It only comes with the option of left-hand-side steering

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