Watch: $2-million Rimac has one last off-road dance before being destroyed
This 1,914-hp Nevera was destined for crash testing, so why not take it for a muddy spin on the site of Rimac’s future HQ?
The Rimac Nevera is the current record holder for the fastest accelerating production car on pavement. However, as this just-released video demonstrates, the $2.4-million hyper-EV is also quite capable off-road.
Mate sends the Nevera spinning through leaf-strewn paths and roads covered with crusted mud. He then heads for the proposed Rimac HQ construction site, where he really shows off the Nevera’s prowess at executing skids, mud slides, and donuts with some aplomb.
After that, the Nevera is given a thorough wash to get rid of all the brown gunk and dead leaves before being sent to its doom, quite literally.