Rimac Automobili brings the C_Two Electric Hypercar to California
By Aniseh Sharifi
With newly-designed wheels and a bright blue paint job, Rimac’s 1888 HP C_Two Electric supercar is just in time for the Monterey Car Week events.
This California Edition C_Two also includes a custom-tailored trunk compartment that can hold two six-liter champagne bottles and the accompanying crystal flutes to set the luxurious and “vibrant atmosphere” of the events.
Rimac will make the most of its time on the west coast, hosting private previews of the car at its estate before joining the party at The Quail and The Exotics on Cannery Row alongside some of the world’s rarest supercars.
The C_Two has high-tech features, such as a fully-configurable, all-wheel-drive system; it’s powered by an all-electric powertrain that is driven by four electric motors for a combined 1,888 hp and 1696 lb-ft.
This impressive battery electric hypercar can do 0 to 96 km/h in 1.85 seconds with a top speed of 412 km/h. The liquid-cooled, thermal-managed 120kWh battery pack provides long-lasting energy to travel 650 km on a full charge.
Continuing on the exclusiveness of the company’s original model, the Concept One, which they only produced eight of, Rimac has planned to build 150 C_Two editions at $2.1 million each.