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Rimac has once again raised the bar on automotive technology with their successor to the Concept_One, the C_Two (Concept Two). Featuring four electric motors that produce a combined 1,914HP, the C_Two is challenging all other hypercars with a top speed of 258MPH.
Timeless, elegant styling, with form respecting function, the C_Two is completely new and yet unmistakably Rimac. It incorporates the company’s signature ‘tie’ design on the flanks, finessed to suit the car’s dramatic proportions. A feature that is also functional, acting as an air-intake for the rear cooling systems.
The C_Two is equipped with a set of lightweight, HRE forged alloy wheels that feature a unique aerodynamic design that channels cooling air to the carbon-ceramic braking system and ensures smooth airflow down the flanks of the car.
The C_Two also features a full, carbon-fiber chassis with adaptive torque-vectoring at all four corners and an intelligent on-board computerization network, capable of automatically adjusting traction to weather conditions, facial recognition and even providing suggestions to improve on-track performance. All of this is possible thanks to eight on-board cameras, a pair of lidar, six radar emitters, twelve ultrasonic sensors, as well as an exceptionally precise global positioning system and IMU sensor for autonomous driving.
Indeed, the C_Two may well be the most sensitive and connected series car in the world. Production starts in 2020 and is limited to 150 units. Pricing is currently unknown.