Rimac continues to break records with their Nevera hypercar and the latest one is the fastest production EV to lap the Nurburgring.
Rimac revealed Croatian racing driver Martin Kodrić used a Nevera equipped with Michelin Cup2R tyres to lap the long circuit in 7:05.298 with timing confirmed by on-board telemetry as well as TÜV SÜD. That easily beats the time posted by the Tesla Model S Plaid, which set a record earlier this year when it lapped the track in 7:25.231.
Kodrić said “The fact that the Nevera can achieve this kind of speed on track, when it’s been developed to be a comfortable hyper GT for the road, is what makes it so special. It’s such a well-rounded piece of engineering and design; gentle and usable in the city, thrilling to drive on twisting B-roads, comfortable over long distances and devastatingly fast on a race track.”
To celebrate this record breaker they revealed the Nevera Time Attack Edition in California. All 12 units have already been spoken for and each wears a livery inspired by the car that set each of the achievements in the past year.