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Croatian Company Delivers World’s First Electric Supercar

Today was a historic day for Croatian auto maker Rimac. The company delivered the world’s first 1000+ horse-power electric supercar to the first customer.

The identity of the recipient of the world’s first electric supercar has been kept secret, as per the customers wishes. The supercar, which has already won a number of innovative awards around the world, is a battery-powered vehicle which boasts more than 1,000 horse-power and reaches a top speed of 190 Mph.

The Concept_One, as it is called, was developed and produced in a record time of 4 months

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