From the front, the new car bears a striking resemblance to the existing Concept_One but looks even more purposeful with the adoption of slightly slimmer headlights, a much larger front splitter, and air vents on the hood.
While the front looks familiar, the rear appears to be a significant departure from the Concept_One with redesigned taillights immediately noticeable. Additionally, the video reveals that the hypercar will have a rear wing which deploys at speed. It may also double as an air brake.
Our sources suggest that the hypercar will come equipped with a large 120 kWh battery pack, providing more juice than the Concept_One and allowing for a greater range. Considering power for the Concept_One sits at 1224 hp and 1180 lb-ft of torque, it’s entirely possible the Croatian automaker’s latest offering will have upwards of 1500 hp on tap.
The resulting performance figures should be absolutely wild. The sprint to 62 mph (100 km/h) could very well be achieved in less than 2.5 seconds while the top speed will soar well beyond 200 mph.
Rimac also claims the hypercar will have Level 4 self-driving abilities.
It will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show on March 6th.