Rimac Nevera Supercar Sets 23 Performance World Records And Goes 0-To-100 MPH In 3.23 Seconds

Rimac Nevera supercar


The Rimac Nevera supercar just blindsided the auto world by breaking 23 performance and speed world records in one day.

This lightning-fast street legal car went from 0 to 60 MPH in only 1.74 seconds, fast that most people can read that sentence. The record-breaking supercar also went 0 to 100 MPH in only 3.23 seconds.

The Koenigsegg Gemera previously held the 0 to 60 MPH world record at 1.9 seconds, that same car goes 0 to 100 mph in 5.7 seconds. Rimac’s Nevera shattered both of those records in one fell swoop.

Rimac Nevera Sets 23 Speed And Performance World Records In One Day

To announce the nearly two dozen speed and performance world records, Rimac released a video showcasing how blistering fast the Nevera is:

This day full of records was held at the Automotive Testing Papenburg (ATP) facility in Germany. All of the records were independently verified by Racelogic. They were then compiled into this easy-to-read graphic showcasing all 23 records:

Rimac Nevera performance speed world records supercar


Pretty awesome, right?

If you are ready to go out and purchase the fastest street legal car ever then let’s hope you are wealthy.

The 1813 horsepower Rimac Nevera carries a hefty price tag of $2.2 million. It is instantly one of the most expensive cars ever built.

Here is a closer look at the speed records set, shared in a press release on Rimac’s website:

Rimac Nevera supercar speed records


Peter Holderith of The Drive writes that the Nevera is powered by four electric motors. Those motors run on a 120-kilowatt-hour battery. When not running at top speed, it has a range of up to 340 miles according to Rimac.

As recently as August 2022, an engineer for Rimac said that going 0-to-60 under 1 second is possible. All signs indicate Rimac won’t stop until they achieve that goal.