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Rimac C_Two: Final setting for path and track
Rimac C_Two: Final setting for path and track

Rimac C_Two: Final setting for path and track

The new Rimac C_Two, which is getting closer to series production, proves that a top sports car does not have to be reserved only for the tracks. Proof of this is the final fine-tuning of the suspension, which must behave equally well on the road and on the race track.

According to Vidiauto.com, in cooperation with KW Suspension, the dynamic behavior of the C_Two model is calibrated countless times. It must satisfy many types of surfaces - a perfect race track, open road and highway, and all use special equipment to develop support. This equipment enables computer preparation of virtual surfaces on which the car is driven. Entire paths or certain sections of roads with all the unevenness and other imperfections of the road can be created. Thanks to this KW device and polished by Rimac, the new C_Two is equipped with electronically adjustable shock absorbers and the ability to actively adjust the height of the vehicle, all so that drivers can get the best performance from their future car.

After completing the computer testing and tuning, the C_Two model embarks on a new round of track testing, all to check if the tuning was good enough or not. It will also be the final testing, as the serial version of the C_Two will be introduced in a few months. And Rimac allowed everyone to see how it is done, and you can see the details in the attached video:

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