The Latest and Greatest of Automotive Technology Has Just Been Released. Meet the Rimac Nevera.

Yuri A. Apel, BSEE, MSEM, Senior Electrical/Automotive Engineer
Rimac Nevera
Not only is the Remac Nevera insanely fast, with incredible horsepower and torque figures (1,914 hp, 1,740 lb-ft), but it is also dripping with technology. To start, the monocoque is composed of full carbon fiber. Why is this important? Because the construction of carbon fiber is so strong that this vehicle will have the “most rigid structure of any car ever made.” And by the way, this monocoque weighs 441 pounds!
Rimac Nevera
Next, we have the 120-kWH battery, made up of 6,960 cells which delivers 1.4 MW and can charge up to 80% in 19 minutes. This means that the battery can deliver power to the 4-electric motors in a very sophisticated way using torque vectoring. Torque vectoring is Rimac’s solution to vehicle stability in a direct and effective way by controlling the power of each wheel independently while the vehicle is cornering. To top it off, the Nevera has an AI driver coach (for track use) and a boat load of sensors: 12 ultrasonic sensors, 13 cameras, and 6 radars. Continue reading “The Latest and Greatest of Automotive Technology Has Just Been Released. Meet the Rimac Nevera.”