Rimac Nevera continues to break records, and during just one day of driving on the test track in Germany, it broke as many as 23.
Nevera was driven at the Automotive Testing Papenburg (ATP) facility, where it made the most of the four-kilometer-long routes. Representatives from Dewesoft and RaceLogic were on site to confirm the times and found that the electric hypercar was actually faster than thought.
The Nevera ran legal Michelin Cup 2 R tires, and it went from 0 to 60 mph with a standard one-foot rollout in 1.74 seconds, which is faster than the "official" 1.85 seconds. Let's also say that the hypercar accelerated from 0 to 100 km/h in 1.82 seconds according to RaceLogic, or 1.81 seconds according to Dewesoft. This surpassed the time they "reported" from Rimac, which is 1.97 seconds.
In addition, it should be noted that the testing was performed on ordinary, unprepared asphalt.
After it was hinted earlier by the company's first man Mate Rimac, Nevera set a new world record for the fastest production vehicle in the test when it comes to acceleration from 0 to 400 km/h and stopping to 0 km/h. That "job" was done by the electric monster in 29.94 seconds, and for comparison, the Koenigsegg Regera needed 31.49 seconds for the same task performed in 2019.
Let's also say that Nevera wore a special "outfit" in honor of Rimac's BMW M3, i.e. the fully electric Series 3 generation E30 from 1984, which set several records in 2012. Eleven years later, Mate can proudly say that his Nevera reaches 400 km/h and stops faster than the McLaren F1 accelerates to 350 km/h and stops.
Among Nevera's records is the shortest distance needed to stop at a speed of 100 km/h, which is 29.12 meters according to RaceLogic and 28.96 meters according to Dewesoft.