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International Electric Car Rally to be Held in Croatia

rimacElectric cars from all over the world will race  when the Nikola Tesla EV Rally Croatia 2014 is held in Croatia at the end of May…

Competitors in their electric cars will set off on the 850-kilometre long rally on 27 May from the northern coastal town of Pula, before finishing the rally in the capital Zagreb five days later. The course will include five separate legs between Pula, Porec, Rovinj, Icici, Opatija, the Paklenica National Park, Zadar, the Krka National Park, Zadar, Gospic, Smiljan (the birth place of Nikola Tesla), Plitvice Lakes and Zagreb. The average length of each leg is 160 kilometres. Croatia is home to the first ever electric super car, the Concept One, designed and produced by Rimac Automobili.

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