Watch The Rimac Nevera Impersonate A Subaru

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Don't worry - this example was never meant to remain immaculate.

There has never been a better time to be a rich person who's into cars. There are tons of hypercars to choose from, and some of them are making tons of power and delivering massive performance using nothing but electricity. Vehicles such as the Rimac Nevera and Pininfarina Battista have proven that EV supercars are the future, and the Nevera won't stop setting records on the road. In this YouTube video posted by Rimac, we get to see the beastly Nevera take on altogether different terrain. There's something magnetizing about watching expensive supercars on dirt roads, and this video will make you feel all kinds of emotions at once.

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Rimac is currently undergoing global certification and has just finished its European homologation for the Nevera. Rimac is also doing final crash testing for the US market, so it's safe to say that a few Neveras are being abused at the moment. As part of the Nevera's development stage, Rimac built a total of 16 "P-Series" test cars that are being used as press vehicles and a general platform to test various systems. These vehicles have been crashed over and over again. The specific vehicle in the video is destined for crash testing, so before it gets completely destroyed, the Rimac team decided to take it on an off-road jaunt for the hell of it.

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With a massive 1,914 horsepower and 1,731 lb-ft of torque being sent to all four wheels, you can imagine that the Nevera would make a pretty awesome rally machine, but one cannot help but cringe when this beautiful machine starts kicking up rocks and dirt. With a bit of a suspension lift, some added splitters and a bigger wing, the Nevera could make a killer time trial car for events such as the infamous Pikes Peak hill climb. Seeing the Nevera in this environment right before it gets destroyed is rather poetic. Sadly, most buyers will likely never even push the limits of the monstrous EV on asphalt.

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