Rimac Automobili

The Rimac C_Two: a pure electric GT hypercar as capable on track as it is crossing continents. A car as bespoke as it is user-friendly. A new breed of hypercar. Designed and engineered from scratch by Rimac’s in-house team, the C_Two’s full carbon fibre monocoque is the biggest single carbon-piece in the industry – with the full battery and powertrain integrated within the moncoque. Together with the roof, it weights under 200 kg.

Launched last year, the Rimac C_Two is the world’s most powerful electric hypercar, demonstrating the company’s expertise in high-performance vehicle systems. Powered by a four-motor powertrain system with 1.914 hopsepower and instantly available 2300 Nm of torque, the C_Two accelerates 0-60 mph in 1.85 seconds, and reaches 300 kph in 11.8 seconds. The 120 kWh battery capacity enables 550 km of range in WLTP cycle (650 km NEDC).

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Specifications

 
 
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Battery

With its Lithium/Manganese/Nickel chemistry, 6,960 cells and cylindrical 21700 form-factor, the C_Two’s liquid-cooled battery pack holds 120kWh and produces an astonishing 1.4MW of power. Encased in layers of safety and protection systems, the pack is configured to offer the best possible weight distribution to optimise dynamics.
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ENGINE

Four electric motors power each individual wheel, giving both four-wheel drive and unprecedented dynamic control. The bespoke dual permanent magnet, oil-cooled electric motors offer instant response, more than 97-percent efficiency, a near-limitless and maintenance-free operating life and maximum torque from zero rpm. While a pair of single-speed gearboxes apply drive to the front wheels, a pair of two-speed gearboxes - again, one for each rear wheel - allow the C_Two to make use of its prodigious torque to produce both mind-blowing acceleration and a true hypercar top speed.
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BESPOKE TECHNOLOGY

The C_Two can load selected racetracks into its on-board systems via the ‘Driving Coach’ function, offering clear and precise guidance on racing lines, braking/acceleration points and steering inputs. R-AWTV replaces traditional ESP and TCS and enables infinitely variable dynamic responses by finessing the amount of torque to each wheel. This configurable drivetrain allows for minute calibration of behaviour, from rear-biased, driftable sportscar to a machine that can meter traction perfectly on slippery surfaces. Unique AI-enabled ADAS functions: from collision risk prediction allied to automatic braking and evasive control, to blind-spot monitoring, to lane-keep assist and fully adaptive cruise control including traffic pilot functionality.
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Design

Penned by in-house team at Rimac, the graceful, agile form of the C_Two features timeless, elegant styling. Following simple aesthetic rules based around balanced efficiency, the car is neither aggressive nor passive - but somewhere in-between. A delicate network of performance, efficiency and beauty.With generous space for two occupants and their luggage, the C_Two is designed as a true grand tourer. With every wheel and button milled from billet aluminium, the experience of interaction in the C_Two is profoundly satisfying. With fully electrically-adjustable sports seats and steering column as standard, the C_Two is more than capable of accommodating any type of driver or passenger with ease, whether touring or on track.
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INTERFACES

A unique and bespoke set of interfaces have the ability to monitor every aspect of the car’s performance via live telemetry animations or graphs, or simply browse through a library of music, Rimac’s systems provide convenience and intuitive usability. The C_Two features a triplet of high-definition TFT screens, which present as much, or as little, information as the driver decides is relevant. As well as the convenience of touchscreens, an owner can nevertheless complete every function of the car via billet aluminium rotary controls and switches.
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Monocoque

The C_Two features a full carbonfibre monocoque with bonded carbon roof, integrated structural battery pack and rear carbon subframe, with crash structures formed from aluminium and carbonfibre. The result is that it is both light and exceptionally strong.
 
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