Can this Croatian supercar, which is much more powerful than legend Bugatti Chiron, perform a Drift show on the track? This is what we will discuss in this article!
Perhaps many of super sports car enthusiasts knew that we are talking in this article about the supercar Rimac C Two, which gained a lot of fame years ago when BBC presenter Richard Hammond – the colleague of both, Jeremy Clarkson and James May from Top Gear – had a violent accident while driving it in 2017.
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Watch the video to know if the Croatian Supercar Rimac C Two can drift:
This supercar is powered by 4 electric motors, each of which provides energy for each wheel and the total power of the 4 engines is 1,888 hp (1,914 PS) and 2,300 Newton meters of torque. The all-wheel-drive car has 3 gearboxes one for the front axle and two for the rear axle, and it can accelerate with a weight of 1,950 kilograms from zero to 96 km / h (60 mph) in 1.85 seconds, and reach a speed of 161 km / h (100 mph) in 4.3 seconds, with a top speed of 412 km / h (258 mph).’
This electric supercar can travel a distance of 650 km (404 miles) per electric charge according to WLTP standards.
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As we mentioned in the beginning, this Croatian car competes with the French speed legend Bugatti Chiron, which was previously test-driven by our colleague Suhaib Shashaa, and is powered by an 8-liter W16 engine with 4 turbochargers, generating 1479 hp (1500 n PS) and 1600 Nm of torque.
Only 150 copies will be made of Rimac C Two, with deliveries starting next year, God willing. As you may remember the car debuted in Geneva Motor Show 2018, and the price of this car will exceed 2 million USD, equivalent to 7.5 million SR.