Nico Rosberg Takes Delivery Of First Production Rimac Nevara

The first creation spec Rimac Nevera is finished, and Nico Rosberg is taking conveyance of it. He keeps the entire involvement with the automaker’s base camp in Zagreb, Croatia, while spending time with organization supervisor Mate Rimac.

Before Rosberg takes conveyance of his Nevera, he and Rimac take a visit through the corridor where the organization saves its models for the model. Toward the finish of the line, there’s a Bugatti Chiron, and the pair begin examining the following model from Bugatti. Rimac neglects a few fascinating subtleties out.

First, he focuses to the Chiron and says this is one of the last with the W16 motor. After Rosberg pushes a little, Rimac says: “It’s heading down the contrary path everyone likely expects.” Finally, Rosberg offers a clue that he’s likewise purchasing an AMG One with a V6 motor, and “we should simply leave it at that.”

We definitely realize that the Chiron replacement utilizes a vigorously energized powertrain. Taking the explanations in this video in general, it seems like the hypercar could use far less chambers than the ongoing W16.

Then, Rosberg at long last takes conveyance of his new hypercar. Rimac gripes about the Nevera’s key since it must be plastic for the radio wires inside to work. He’d prefer utilize metal and carbon, yet those materials block the signal.

When Rosberg moves into the Nevera, he puts on white gloves and removes his shoes. He appears to be exceptionally intrigued with the vehicle. The infotainment screen controls everything, including changing the seats and directing wheel. A dial close to the directing wheel travels through the driving modes.

The Nevera has 14 cameras. Rimac makes sense of that this is to help individuals taking the hypercar on the track. Drivers can download the recording and overlay the vehicle’s telemetry onto the video.

Rosberg guarantees a future video where he and Rimac take a drive together in the Nevera. We can hardly hold on to see what the previous Formula One driver thinks about the 1,914 pull (1,408 kilowatts) machine.


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