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Here’s the Production Rimac C_Two, Now Called the Nevera

Photo credit: Rimac

Photo credit: Rimac

  • Rimac Automobili has launched its new all-electric Nevera hypercar, with the name coming from the “mighty and unexpected Mediterranean storm that races across the open sea off Croatia,” the company says.

  • The company says the performance is unparalleled from four electric motors producing 1914 hp, good enough for 0-60 mph in 1.85 seconds.

  • The car costs $2.4 million, and Rimac is only building 150 of them.

Rimac, the Croatia-based electric hypercar maker, has finally unveiled the production version of the C_Two. The production is called the Nevera, named for the storms that occasionally pound the Croatian coast. The car starts at $2.4 million.

“This is it. This is the car I had in mind when I embarked on the impossible journey ten years ago,” said company founder and CEO Mate Rimac. “All our hard work has resulted in the Nevera – our record-breaking hypercar. This

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First Genesis EV will reportedly be called a GV60, electric GV70 to follow

Genesis is working on its first battery-electric vehicle, a compact crossover SUV code-named the JW.

Prototypes are out testing and a debut is scheduled for later in the year.

Asia Time reported on Tuesday that the JW will be badged a GV60 and start production in August.

2022 Genesis GV70

2022 Genesis GV70

The Korean news outlet also reported that electric versions of the larger GV70 and GV80 SUVs are planned, with the electric GV70 due to start production in December.

Also reportedly due this year is a redesigned G90 flagship sedan. The current G90 was just updated last year but can trace its roots to a model that was launched in Korea as far back as 2015, so a redesign isn’t that unexpected.

The latest news comes just days after the discovery of trademark filings that hint at electric versions of most of Genesis’ lineup.

2022 Genesis eG80 spy shots - Photo credit: S. Baldauf/SB-Medien

2022 Genesis eG80 spy shots – Photo

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