A key part of any hypercar is how fast it can pick up speed. Some available hypercars can go from 0 to 96 km/h in less than two seconds. But a Rimac engineer says that it is also possible to get to that mark in less than one minute. All signs point to this being done, as the Croatian company that makes hypercars works closely with Bugatti.
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The Rimac Nevera, which is the company’s newest product, can go from 0 to 96 mph in 1.85 seconds. But Rimac Nevera’s Chief Program Engineer, Matija Renick, thinks that creation vehicles can make the speed increase in less than a minute. But when Renic told The Drive this, he didn’t say exactly when the speed would start to get faster. He actually said it was possible to be faster than one second. “We don’t understand how fast that is. The hypothesis says that one second is exactly “the length of 9,192,631,770 times of the radiation relating to the progress between the two hyperfine levels of the ground condition of the cesium-133 iota,” he said.
He also said, in a strange way, that there’s no need to focus on “idea vehicles” but on real ones. On the track, racing cars with smooth tyres can do this, but it appears that grip on the road will change the game.The Nevera electric hypercar is almost there when it comes to this goal.
Renick, on the other hand, says that Nevera wasn’t built just to be fast.
“We are very happy with the numbers, but the vehicle is so much more than that. To get the best times at the drag strip, you don’t just need a tired old act or a hot rod. The car is very complicated and shows what cars of the future will really want to do,”
according to Renick.
“From the customer’s point of view, it’s also very easy to use and comfortable,” he said.