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Rimac Concept One

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The Rimac Concept One (also styled Concept_One) is a two-seat high-performance electric sports car designed and manufactured by Rimac Automobili. With a total output of 1,088 hp, an acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds, and a price of US$980,000, Concept One has been described as the world's first electric supercar [3] and the world's fastest accelerating electric automobile as of 2013. [4] In development since 2009, the car is expected to go into production in 2013.

Contents

1 History

1 History

2 Specifications

2 Specifications

3 See also

3 See also

4 References

4 References

5 External links

5 External links

History

Rimac Automobili, an automobile manufacturing company established in 2009 in Zagreb, Croatia, grew out of its founder Mate Rimac's garage hobby. [5] The company's primary objective was to build an electric supercar, [5] starting, as Rimac put it, "with a blank sheet of paper". [6] Since electric systems for high-performance electric cars were not available on the market, Rimac developed the parts themselves, and Concept One includes 24 patented innovations. [3]

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Rimac Concept One at the 2012 Salon Prive London

Overview

Manufacturer Rimac Automobili

Production

2013

Designer

Adriano Mudri (exterior) [1] Goran Popović (interior)

Body and chassis

Class

Body style

2-door coupé

Layout

Powertrain

Battery

91 kWh Lithium-Iron-Phosphate (LiFePO 4 ) chemistry [2]

Range

499 km (310 mi)

Dimensions

Wheelbase

2,750 mm (108.3 in) [2]

Length

4,548 mm (179.1 in) [2]

Width

1,997 mm (78.6 in) [2]

Height

1,198 mm (47.2 in) [2]

Curb weight

1,950 kg (4,300 lb) [2]

When Rimac's 1984 BMW E30 blew its internal combustion engine during one of its races, he made it the company's first test mule, fitting it with a 600 hp electric powertrain. [7] This car, called the "Green Monster", set five Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA)- sanctioned acceleration records in April 2011. [7][8] This

attracted the attention of the media, as well as potential investors. [5] He also created several more E30 electric model to sell, and after some success, went on to create his own car.

Concept One is set to cost US$980,000 once the serial production starts in 2013. [9] A limited set of 88 units will be offered, with first deliveries expected in 2014. The Concept One has been tested and still needs some adjustments, and a new body will be developed for production. [3][5]

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The first car was delivered to an unnamed Spanish customer in January 2013. [10]

Specifications

With a total output of 811 kW (1,088 hp) [11] and 1,600 N·m (1,200 lbf·ft) of torque, the Concept One will sprint from 0–97 km/h (0–60 mph) in only 2.8 seconds and will come with an electronically limited top speed of 304 km/h (189 mph). [9] Each wheel is powered by a separate liquid-cooled permanent magnet electric motor and controlled by the so-called "All Wheel Torque Vectoring System" that distributes the power to the wheels in accordance with user setup and driving conditions. [11][12] Also, the car has the ability to switch the power from front-wheel to rear-wheel drive, the first car with that ability.

The motors are powered by a 91 kWh lithium iron phosphate battery, [2] giving the car a range of 500 km (310 mi) per charge. [6] The car's body is made of carbon fiber. [9] The interior features custom leatherwork and hand-made dashboard components. [9][13]

See also

References

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^ a b c d e f g "Specifications" (http://www.rimac-automobili.com/concept_one/specifications-10). rimac- automobili.com. Rimac Automobili. Retrieved December 23, 2012.

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cbsnews.com. CBS News. Retrieved December 17, 2012.

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