1,088 Horsepower Electric Supercar Concept



Rimac Automobili, Concept One
Rimac Automobili (Croatia) is to show the Concept One electric supercar in September at the Salon Prive (UK). Powered by four individual electric motors the car runs 373 miles on a single charge. The Rimac All Wheel Torque Vectoring System (R-AWTV) directs each motor and wheel independently for best possible driving dynamics. First, 88 units will be introduced priced $ 1 million each.
Via: inhabitat.com
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Rimac Automobili, future vehicle, Concept One, electric supercar

Rimac Automobili, future vehicle, Concept One, electric supercar

Rimac Automobili, future vehicle, Concept One, electric supercar

Rimac Automobili, future vehicle, Concept One, electric supercar

Rimac Automobili, future vehicle, Concept One, electric supercar

Rimac Automobili, future vehicle, Concept One, electric supercar

Rimac Automobili, future vehicle, Concept One, electric supercar

Rimac Automobili, future vehicle, Concept One, electric supercar

Rimac Automobili, future vehicle, Concept One, electric supercar

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