Croatian electric hypercar developers Rimac Automobili have given the public another glimpse of their latest creation, as well details when it will be unveiled.
The car, which Rimac says will change the rules of the game, is the follow up to Concept One and will be the company’s second high-performance electric vehicle.
Rimac will unveil Concept Two (working name) at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show on 6 March 2018.
“On March 6th, 14:30 at Geneva International Motor Show, the most important automotive stage, we will introduce you to the next generation of hypercar performance – a car, quite literally, alive with technology. Stand by,” Rimac said as they gave the public another sneak preview of the car.
The Next Generation hypercar will be more comfortable and pricy than the original Concept One model and will be a better performing car.
“With the working name Concept Two – it definitely won’t be called that. The model will be “comfortable luxury” and a little bit bigger than the Concept One but still a two-seater. the firm’s chief operating officer Monika Mikac said in an earlier interview.
Rimac’s Concept One was billed as the world’s first electric supercar when it was released, delivering 1224/bhp and 1180/lb ft of torque with a 0-62mph sprint time of 2.5 seconds.
Rimac will manufacture more of the second version than the previous model with 150 expected to be made.