The Rimac Nevera, renowned as both the fastest and quickest electric vehicle (EV) globally, has solidified its position by setting a new production-car record for the 0-60 mph sprint, completing it in an astonishing 1.74 seconds. Furthermore, this all-electric Croatian hypercar has accomplished a remarkable total of 23 acceleration and braking records.
Considered the ultimate evaluation of hypercar straight-line performance, the 0-248-0 mph challenge incorporates crucial factors like acceleration, aerodynamics, top speed, and stopping power. Surpassing the previous record holder by over a second, the Nevera has firmly established itself as the dominant champion in the hypercar domain, achieving an impressive new record time of 29.93 seconds.
At Germany’s Automotive Testing Papenburg (ATP) facility, the records were set using the straight section measuring 2.49 miles. Third-party entities, Dewesoft and RaceLogic, were responsible for verifying these records, deploying dedicated on-site teams to assist in the record-breaking endeavors and uphold the precision and reliability of their equipment.
During this remarkable day, the Nevera exceeded its official specifications by accomplishing a remarkable 0-60 mph time of 1.74 seconds, surpassing the stated time of 1.85 seconds. All acceleration records were established using a standard one-foot rollout and road-legal Michelin Cup 2 R tires on non-prepped asphalt surfaces.
The full list of records achieved is as follows: