This is all speculation for now but where there is smoke like this, we should expect something official in the near future.
The Croatian EV-maker recently shared a YouTube video of the Rimac C_Two performing a lurid sideways drift on track as part of its development program.
The 600-strong organisation aims to make about 40 to 50 examples of the hypercar a year.
Rimac indicated that we will be seeing the full production version and official name of the C_Two at around the 2020 Geneva Motor Show.
Rimac isn’t willing to go into any details for the time being regarding the upgrades they’re planning for the powertrain.
Only a few Rimac C1 models and 10 C_Two models have been allocated to SA between now and 2020.
Not only does it get a bright new paint job and some freshly designed wheels, you also get a tailored luxurious trunk compartment.
Rimac only started in 2009 and it already employs around 400 people with their primary focus on high-voltage battery technology and electric powertrains.
Production of customer cars is scheduled to commence in January 2020 and just four units will be built each month.
That day turned out to be rather profitable for Rimac.