Assetto Corsa: Rimac Nevera

Country: Croatia
Power: 1914 bhp
Torque: 2457 Nm
Weight: 2150 kg
Max Speed: 412 km/h
Acceleration: 1.85 s 0–100
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The Rimac Nevera is a high-performance vehicle

The Nevera, a Croatian electric hypercar, exudes a sleek and low-profile design. Initially, one might anticipate a challenge in entering it due to its ground-hugging stance. However, the doors, reminiscent of a Lamborghini's, gracefully lift upward and outward, cleverly cutting into the roof to facilitate a seamless entry without the risk of bumping one's head upon settling into the driver's seat.

The initial phase of operating the Nevera involves a bit of learning. Gears are deftly shifted using a substantial knob situated to the left of the steering wheel. The adjustments for the power seat are discreetly embedded within a touchscreen, while the turn signals and headlights find their place directly on the steering wheel. Once familiar with these intricacies, the overall operation becomes effortlessly intuitive.

Surprisingly, the simplicity in operation extends throughout the entire vehicle, despite its staggering 1,914 horsepower. As we set off, a notable feature is the excellent visibility provided by the Nevera. Unlike some counterparts, such as Ferraris and Lamborghinis, where observing the surroundings can be a challenge due to their low-slung profiles, the Nevera strikes a balance. Its sufficiently sized rear window, complemented by effective side mirrors, ensures ease of navigation through highway traffic.