The Rimac Concept One is undoubtedly one of the fewest road-going cars of today.  The ultra-rare electric hyperactive car Richard Hammond drove off a cliff in 2017 while recording an episode of The Grand Tour.  Since there were only eight that were manufactured and the rest seven left so, this is an extremely good chance for someone to purchase one of the fastest electric cars on earth.

Also, it has an eye watering worth tag of $1.6 million.  If bearing in mind its limited construction, that is money well consumed.  Meanwhile,  if you have that expanse just lying around to be worth spending on the Concept One that makes 60 mph torque from four electric motors.  It witnesses the Tesla Model S Performance’s 0-60 time of 2.3 seconds.  Nonetheless, the same Tesla is restricted to 163 mph due to its single-speed transmission and some programming and aerodynamic factors.  In the meantime, the Rimac Concept One is intended to move with the fastest speed of 220 mph.

As Rimac Concept One is sold by Manhattan Motorcars in New York City, there is nothing more on car that has been shared.  Also, it has a little over 100 miles on the clock, and it is painted in Riviera Blue juxtaposed with a lovely Cognac Gold interior.  It was also listed as a new car 2019 model; however, the construction ended back in 2014.

This is currently the only Rimac Concept One on the market available during this time of its publication.  The Concept One drives and set the benchmark for the next one that will eventually hit the market with the final selling price.  This may rise but less than two million like a rational price for a 1-of-7 masterpiece.  Simultaneously, considering the Rimac’s low mileage, exceptionality, and performance, it does seem like a fair price for a car that can march away from most hypercars.

Developed by Rimac Automobile, Concept One was the first hypercar which was discovered in 2011 and beginning its brief construction run in 2013.  The Rimac One is all-electric using a 90-kWh battery and four hub-mounted electric motors making 1,224 horsepower and 1,180 pound-feet of instantaneous torque.  Accordingly, this type of high performance, it lets the Concept One achieve zero to 60 in under 2.5 seconds and track noiselessly all the way up to 220 mph (354 kph).  That is why it had a label price of just under a million bucks.

Due to the best stable battery, the Rimac still tips the scales at above 4,100 pounds.  However, it is also assisted by a super low center of gravity and four-wheel torque vectoring, letting the electric hypercar to run like a slot car.

Siddhika Prajapati

Siddhika Prajapati

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