Video: EVO Takes the Rimac Automobili Concept 1 Out in the Desert

Rimac Automobili

The EV supercar enjoys a day in the desert sun with the crew of EVO.

The EVO crew has taken the Rimac Automobili Concept 1 supercar out for a day on the road and it looks absolutely stunning. The clean behemoth pumps out 1,088hp and 2,800 lb-ft of torque from a combination of its four electric motors.

Each motor sits on a wheel. The Croatian automaker says the Concept 1 can sprint from 0-62mph in a ridiculous 2.8 seconds, but those are the times you should expect from a machine boasting 2,800lb-ft of torque. The maximum range of the Croatian creation is about 375 miles due to a 9.2kWh lithium ion phosphate (LiFePO4) battery.

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