As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, the popular German publication Der Spiegel has featured the brand new car made by Croatian Mate Rimac, as reported by Index. The beautiful new Nevera is described by the publication as “superior”, and Rimac has been referred to as a person who is “introducing new standards” to the electric car industry.
“The 2000 hp Rimac Nevera sports car demonstrates the superiority of electric drive on the racetrack,” Der Spiegel points out in an article entitled ”Bugatti was yesterday. Now comes Rimac’s Nevera.”
The German paper also states that Croatian Mate Rimac’s truly stunning Nevera represents “the current peak of a brilliant career”, during which Rimac, in ten years from being “completely unknown” became an advisor to some of the most famous managers in the automotive industry, even advising the bosses of Volkswagen and Porsche on switching to electric cars.
However, Der Spiegel critically states that “Nevera plays on the lowest instincts”, reports Index.
“We wanted to show off what is technically possible. And, of course, have a little fun,” Rimac told Der Spiegel, who recalls that he started his career as a race driver. “Infidelity is not a contribution to mass mobility, but it’s a fun activity for a few,” explains Rimac.
Despite appealing to speed lovers and perhaps ”the lowest human instincts”, Nevera should also demonstrate “what Rimac Automobili can produce”. According to the Index, Der Spiegel believes that Rimac’s “technology can make ordinary vehicles faster, more economical, or safer”.
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