Ahead of the Monterey Car Week, the blue model has been exhibited at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.
Rimac Automobili will again this year take part in the prestigious Monterey Car Week show, where the company will present the new C_Two model with several details which have never been seen before, reports Index.hr on August 19, 2018.
The Monterey Car Week will take place in late August, but Rimac Automobili’s latest model, C_Two, can be seen this weekend at the prestigious Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles.
The Petersen Automotive Museum was founded in 1994 by media publisher Robert E. Petersen. In addition to its incredible car collections, it is well-known for its design, especially for the external facade made of stainless steel, which is the most visible part of the renovation project whose cost was estimated in the total amount of 125 million dollars.
In addition to the new shade of blue, the C_Two model selected for the American debut has several more previously unseen details. One of the novelties is the new design of wheels, which are now fully open with a somewhat more classical design for the world of supercars.
Rimac designers also had some fun with the trunk. Contrary to expectations, Pastor’s fire extinguisher has not been replaced by golf clubs, but rather by a kind of the first aid kit to quench thirst, that is, two six-litre champagne bottles and crystal glasses, which is in line with the elegance of the Monterey Car Week show and everything it brings with it.
Rimac C_Two will arrive in Monterey on 24 August for the Quail event, while a day later it will take part in the Exotics on Cannery Row event, where it will continue to be in the company of some of the most sensational and fastest cars in the world.
Translated from Index.hr