The Rimac Nevera is no stranger to breaking records, and with the unveiling of the new Nevera Time Attack at The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, it’s clear that the Croatian EV hypercar manufacturer has no intention of slowing down. In fact, they’re celebrating a triumphant 2023 with more than 20 records shattered. Revealed on the same day it confirmed a new electric production car benchmark at the Nürburgring of 7:05:298, the Nevera broke the previous EV production lap record by an impressive 20 seconds on its debut at the famous track. Croatian racing driver Martin Kodrić drove the record-breaking lap on Michelin Cup2R tires, with independent verification from TÜV SÜD and onboard telemetry.
Beyond the Nürburgring, the Nevera has made its mark throughout 2023. In April, at the Automotive Testing Papenburg (ATP) in Germany, it claimed 23 performance records in a single day. Then, in July at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, it achieved a 49.32-second time during the Supercar Shootout, cementing its position as the fastest production car to run the hill in 2023.
Now, as a tribute to this remarkable year, Rimac Automobili will produce only 12 Nevera Time Attack edition cars, all of which are already sold out. The Time Attack edition is more than just a celebration; it’s a masterpiece of automotive design, with each hand-built and tailored to the preferences of the owner. The first owner, Californian Jeff Miller, received his car during its global debut at the iconic Monterey Car Week in California, finished with a perfect blend of Squadron Black and Lightning Green highlights.
Rimac Group Founder and CEO, Mate Rimac, emphasized how the Nevera has reinvented the hypercar world, introducing new technologies and levels of performance. The Time Attack edition’s custom touches, from the paintwork to the interior finishing, honor the car’s groundbreaking achievements and the genesis of the Nevera itself. With several months to go in 2023, who knows what other records the Rimac Nevera might yet conquer?