Rimac's 1914-hp C_Two electric supercar nears pre-production phase
The company aims to begin delivering the first cars by late 2020.
Rimac has announced that its C_Two electric supercar is nearing the end of the prototype development stage, paving the way for pre-production within the next few months.
The company kicked off prototype development earlier this year. Engineers focused on refining vehicle dynamics, powertrain testing, passive safety and crash tests. A total of 17 prototypes will be built, each with unique testing purposes such as chassis rigidity and autonomous driving development.
"The C_Two will have a new driver feel, highly-communicative handling and first-class dynamics that will define our new car - we want this car to be intuitive and usable, yet sharp and capable," says Rimac founder Mate Rimac. "This process of testing and refinement is crucial to ensure we deliver on our promises - driving the C_Two will be something quite different."
The production car will retain its promised 1,914 horsepower and 1,696 pound-feet of torque but will have a different name and slightly different styling than the concepts that debuted in 2018 and 2019. The company aims to deliver the first customer units before the end of 2020.