Rimac Automobili’s Croatian electric hypercar Rimac Nevera continues to break world records for cars in its class. At the end of last year, it set a new world speed record for production electric cars, this month it beat 23 records in a day at once. This time we are talking about records related to car dynamics, i.e. the acceleration and braking cycle.

The acceleration cycle from 0 to 400 km/h with braking back to 0 (0-249-0 mph) is most revealing. In this test, the Rimac Nevera showed a result of 29.93 seconds, beating the previous record by more than a second.

Other records also refer to acceleration, braking or acceleration-deceleration cycles. So, Rimac Nevera accelerated to 100 km/h in 1.82 seconds. For example, a Formula 1 car accelerates to 100 km/h in just 2.4 seconds.

Rimac Nevera overcomes the cycle 0-100-0 km/h in 4.03 seconds. The braking distance of the car from 100 km/h to 0 is only 29.12 m. Other records of the Croatian electric car can be found at Rimac‘s website or in the illustration below.

Electric hypercar Rimac Nevera set 23 records in one day

The tests took place on a 4 km straight track of the Automotive Testing Papenburg in the city of Papenburg (Germany). Measurements were carried out by independent companies Dewesoft and RaceLogic.

Rimac Nevera has been produced since 2021 in Sveta Nedelja (Croatia) and Veliko Trgovisce (Croatia). The car has four independent liquid-cooled permanent magnet electric motors with a total power of 1,400 kW (1,900 hp). The price starts at $2 million. In total, Rimac Automobili plans to produce only 150 copies of the Rimac Nevera, producing one car per week.

The Rimac Nevera platform is also used by Automobili Pininfarina’s Pininfarina Battista hypercar. This car will be produced from 2022, its planned circulation is also 150 copies.