The Fastest Accelerating Electric Cars in the World | MotorBiscuit

Electric cars got a B12 shot over the past couple of decades. One-note car makers like Tesla pushed the envelope, and now electric cars are quick enough to compete against hypercars, and in some cases supersede them. Thankfully hypercars find meaning on the track, where some electric cars haven’t yet caught up. A stock Tesla, for example, still can’t make it around a race track for more than a couple of short Laguna Seca-sized laps, though they may not be far off. However, in a straight line, the competition is fierce with electrified confidence. 

From prototype to reality: Rimac Nevera

Rimac Nevera driving on a track | Rimac

At long last, the road going C_Two, AKA the Nevera from Rimac has arrived. Its website riffs a list of impressive stats, including 1,914 horsepower and 2,360 lb-ft of torque. The Nevera gets to 60 mph in just 1.97 seconds, and its top speed is supposedly 256 mph. Its power derives from one motor per wheel, which allows the Nevera to implement its own torque vectoring technology. 

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