Rimac Automobili C_Two revealed at Geneva

Rimac Automobili C_Two revealed at Geneva

Rimac Automobili C_Two revealed at Geneva

That's fast, but the Croatian company has built an even more impressive follow-up in the C_Two, which made its debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Rimac says it is also working very hard to deliver a natural-feeling brake pedal - something that's very difficult to achieve when blending regenerative and friction braking. The drivetrain features all-wheel torque-vectoring (R-AWTV) that can shift torque to the front or rear wheels and even support drifting.The front wheels are fed via two single-speed transmissions, while the rear has dual, two-speed gearboxes. "Only the initial idea of an electric supercar was taken from the Concept One", Rimac said.

With four electric motors - one for each wheel - the C_Two claims outputs of 1408kW and 2300Nm.

It's also slightly larger than before, hopefully correcting one of our few criticisms with the first auto - cabin space - and features Rimac's own autonomous and connected technology, making the C_Two a proof-of-concept showcase for the large number of major global carmakers that Rimac calls its clients.

This new model uses a 120kWh lithium battery and develops 1888bhp and 1696lb ft of torque. Apparently, it's scheduled to come in 2020 with 1914 hp (1,408 kilowatts) and 1,696 pound-feet (2,300 Newton-meters) of torque - and will rival Tesla's 10,000 Nm with a wheel torque 1st gear of 17,047 Nm...

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In addition to all this, the Rimac C_Two is a Level 4 Autonomous auto. Rimac of course have not announced the price on the new Rimac C_Two yet. The battery pack is integrated into the structure, while the rear subframe is also carbonfibre, with crash structures being a mix of carbon and aluminium. The vehicle gets an active rear wing which manages handling and functions as an air brake with just a touch of a button.

The two-seater also features Level 4 autonomous driving - one level off full autonomy - as well as artificial intelligence.

To open the doors and start the vehicle, the C Two doesn't employ a conventional key. Expect six figures. For that, you get a complete carbonfibre chassis, and the computing power of 22 Macbook Pros, which means it's more than ready for autonomous driving, accompanied by 72 ECUs and copious cameras and sensors. A vehicle packing Rimac's electric and technological expertise focused on light weight and interactivity?

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