It's been spotted on the streets of Croatia and looks ready for road use.
Rimac has gone from being a relatively obscure entity to a world leader in electric hypercars. That success is being reinvested in new headquarters, and the brand is set to join forces with Porsche to bring Bugatti into the electric age. It still has a strong focus on its own cars though, and last month the Croatian automaker reported that its C_Two hypercar had excelled in extreme weather testing.
Thanks to the below video, it seems that development of the car is almost complete. The car you see here was part of a display on the streets of Croatia and looks just about ready for mainstream use.
What's very reassuring about this video is that the car seems to have the same level of attention to detail usually only exhibited by legacy manufacturers, with the car's striking blue paint contrasting with the exposed carbon fiber beautifully. Seeing that the car has been carefully put together is especially reassuring when the car in question is capable of 258 mph and will rocket from 0-60 mph in just 1.85 seconds. It's also something that customers will expect if they're paying a rumored $2 million for each of the 150 planned production units.
As promising as these images are, it seems that development still has a little way to go, as a message visible in the rear window highlights. A piece of paper has been left near some of the wiring that warns that the car should not be driven without an SD card in the data logger, presumably because the vehicle is not yet perfectly tuned and the engineers still have some data to analyze before they can give the car their blessing for production. The car is a little behind schedule thanks to setbacks like the pandemic, but it is encouraging to see that when it does debut, it will probably be perfect.