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PostHeaderIcon The Rimac C_Two Shows Off New Livery at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show

Rimac, the crazy Croatian company behind the world’s most powerful EV, arrived in Geneva with a different C_Two than the grey one shown last year when the model was officially released. This time, we got to see how well white covers the curves of the 1,914 horsepower hypercar and, to put it shortly, it looks amazing.

Rimac shook the supercar establishment when it launched the C_One (or Concept One) seven years ago at the Frankfurt Auto Show. Now, one year after the world premiere of the ludicrous C_Two, we get more info on the automaker’s progress with the car that’s not out on the road yet although it’s already been sold out despite costing $2.09 million and many expecting owners forking out an extra $600,000 on options.

PostHeaderIcon The Rimac C_Two Shows Off New Livery at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show

Rimac, the crazy Croatian company behind the world’s most powerful EV, arrived in Geneva with a different C_Two than the grey one shown last year when the model was officially released. This time, we got to see how well white covers the curves of the 1,914 horsepower hypercar and, to put it shortly, it looks amazing.

Rimac shook the supercar establishment when it launched the C_One (or Concept One) seven years ago at the Frankfurt Auto Show. Now, one year after the world premiere of the ludicrous C_Two, we get more info on the automaker’s progress with the car that’s not out on the road yet although it’s already been sold out despite costing $2.09 million and many expecting owners forking out an extra $600,000 on options.

PostHeaderIcon Rimac C_Two California Edition

Not content with blowing us away with the Rimac C_Two, the electric supercar brand took to the Peterson Automotive Museum to showcase a special edition version of the C_Two, called the California Edition. The limited-run electric supercar mixes all the mind-numbing features and qualities of the C_Two and adds room for…two champagne bottles. There’s no word yet on the availability of the C_Two California Edition, though expect it to be a tad more expensive than the $1.2 million standard version.

PostHeaderIcon Rimac C_Two California Edition Pops the Champagne In Monterey

Unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, the spectacular Rimac C-Two received the special-edition treatment for the Monterey Car Week in California. Dubbed California Edition — what else, huh? — the supercar is actually identical to the version we saw four months ago save for the attention-grabbing blue exterior and a revised trunk.

PostHeaderIcon Mid-Year Review: The 6 Most Important Cars of 2018

Apart from really important SUV debuts, the first six months of 2018 saw the introduction of some astonishing cars as well. We had it all, from electric supercars to coupe-like performance sedans and standard, but revolutionary sedans.

This year is seeing a smart shift in car development thinking. Obviously, companies have to reinvent their business model and offer the world something unique. This led to the introduction of the new BMW 8 Series Coupe, the fantastic Volvo S60 which you don’t have to buy but subscribe to it as you do with Netflix, and the super fast luxury GT that’s as mad as the 812 Superfast – the DBS Superleggera. Then there is the Rimac C_Two – a car that basically showcases the growth of a young car company. Thanks to technology wonders, we can basically watch the company development live. And, the Rimac C_Two was their Rumble in the Jungle moment. These are this year’s six most thrilling debuts so far.

PostHeaderIcon The Geneva Motor Show Is Where The Fastest Of The Fast Strut Their Stuff

If you ever need a reminder that yes, we are indeed living in a golden age of performance automobiles, just check out the list of debuts heading to this year’s Geneva International Motor Show. Specs and figures that would have been considered outlandish and silly just a few decades ago are now becoming the norm, as million-dollar, 1,000+ horsepower monster machines seem to litter the Palexpo convention center floor in 2018. Here are some of the highlights.

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2018 Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro


Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro Storms into Geneva, Eclipses McLaren Senna GTR - image 772138

Starting things off is this otherworldly creation from the folks over at Aston Martin. Dubbed the Valkyrie AMR Pro, it’s a track-only version of Aston’s already outrageous, barely street-legal supercar, and it twists the knob to 11 before breaking it off entirely. This track-only version once again takes its inspiration from the endurance racers that compete in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, as well as the ground-bound spaceships of Formula 1, rocking aero that looks like it was developed in the future, plus a lightweight, stripped-down attitude that tips the scales at just over 1,000 kg (2,204 pounds). It’s also got a hybrid 6.5-liter V-12 with over 1,100 horsepower, improving on that coveted one-to-one power ratio. Expect a 0-to-60 mph time under 2.5 seconds, as well as a huge amount of downforce to keep it glued to the track.

Read our full review of the 2018 Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro.

McLaren Senna GTR


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Not to be outdone, McLaren was also in Geneva with its own track-focused supercar this year. It’s called the Senna GTR, one-upping the immensely impressive P1-successor that was revealed last December. Upgrades include more power, and while the Senna GTR might not break the 1,000-horsepower mark (Aston says it’ll still make “at least” 814 ponies), the 1,000 kg (2,205 pounds) of downforce the bodywork can create should cement its position as an absolute terror on any racing circuit.

Read our full review of the 2019 McLaren Senna.

2018 Zenvo TSR-S


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This one is actually street legal, believe it or not. Slotting just below the track-only TSR, the TSR-S (“S” stands for street) offers all the go-fast stuff as its apex-hunting big brother, but in a package you can still take to the mall (legally, at least). Carbon fiber everything and a barebones interior spec underline its sporting intentions, while a trick active rear wing adds even more rear-end stick thanks to a centripetal left-to-right tilt. Making it go is a twin-supercharged V-8 making upwards of 1,177 horsepower, enabling a 0-to-62 mph run in 2.8 seconds. Top speed is electronically limited at 202 mph.

Read up even more on the 2018 Zenvo TSR-S

2019 Bugatti Chiron Sport


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You could make the argument that Bugatti is responsible for sparking the modern age of performance excess that we all currently enjoy. You see, back in the early 2000’s, Bug unveiled the Veyron, a quad-turbo 8.0-liter W-16 ocean-of-go making around 1,000 horsepower. The Veyron completely reset the supercar playing field, and now, the French automaker is once again probing the limits of what’s possible on four wheels with the Chiron Sport. Output is rated at 1,500 horsepower and 1,180 pound-feet of torque, the same as the standard Chiron, but the Sport version makes better use of it thanks to improvements to the steering, dampers, and AWD torque vectoring system. The Sport also cuts out around 40 pounds of excess weight. All of this goodness can be had for a cool $3.3 million.

Read even more about the 2019 Bugatti Chiron Sport!

Techrules Ren RS


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Now we’re really cooking with gas, or should I say, diesel. The racer you see here is called the Ren RS, and it’s a track-only variant of the cutting-edge Ren street machine released in 2017. This time around, the brains behind its creation stripped it down and beefed it up, prepping it for duty at the circuit with new, more efficient carbon bodywork. It’s also got a diesel micro-turbine powerplant and six electric motors laying out a combined 1,287 horsepower and 1,725 pound-feet of torque.

Read up on all of the finer details of the 2018 Techrules Ren RS.

Rimac Concept Two


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While the Bugatti Chiron Sport represents the ultimate evolution of performance technology from the past, the Rimac C Two represents where we’re headed and the performance of the future. Offered as a follow-up to the incredible Concept One, the C Two is all-electric speed incarnate. The numbers on this things beg belief – 1,914 horsepower and 1,686 pound-feet of torque, all of which is routed to the ground via four electric motors and four independent gearboxes. Put your foot down, and you’ll find 60 mph in a scant 1.85 seconds. Keep it pinned to the carpet, and you’ll reach a top speed of 258 mph. And don’t stress too much about range either, because the onboard 120-kWh battery pack can provide enough juice to propel you over 400 miles between plug-ins. When it comes to electron-powered performance innovation (and indeed, performance in general), the C Two is the tip of the spear.

Read our full review on the 2018 Rimac C Two.

PostHeaderIcon Tesla Roadster 2.0 vs the Rimac C_Two – Did Rimac Just Beat Tesla To The Punch?

Active aerodynamic elements

The world went gaga when Tesla dropped a surprise debut of its next-gen Roadster last November, with analysts and speed fans alike drooling over the claims made by the high-tech EV sports machine. Some of the numbers and specs seemed insane for a street-legal road car, but with an official on-sale date still several years away, there was time for the rest of the industry to catch up. Now, it looks like the Tesla just got one-upped before it could even hit the road, as Rimac dropped the C Two in Geneva with a list of numbers capable of delivering a K.O. punch to the upcoming Roadster 2.0.

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There’s a lot to learn about these machines, with both offering performance and technology that looks to break new ground. With that in mind, let’s take a look at what each has in terms of the exterior, interior, and powertrain to see how they stack up.

Exterior Style And Aero

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Note: 2020 Tesla Roadster pictured on the left, Rimac C Two pictured on the right.

“The Tesla Roadster 2.0 arrives to the party boasting a sleek speed slab profile, while the Rimac incorporates far more details and curves.”

Let’s kick things of the with Tesla Roadster 2.0, which arrives to the party boasting a traditional speed slab profile. The stance is low and wide, with flared fenders and huge wheels front to back giving it a poised, ready-to-pounce attitude. The lines are sleek and menacing, while thin headlights and taillights bookend a centrally placed greenhouse.

It’s definitely an original design, and one of the most aggressive we’ve ever seen from the California-based company. It’s also functional, with active aero elements in place to help it stick.


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“Dimensionally speaking, the C Two appears to be larger.”

By comparison, the carbon-clad Rimac is also quite low and wide, with a central cockpit and flared fenders, but the similarities end there. Dimensionally speaking, the C Two appear to be quite a bit larger, while the style incorporates far more details and curves than the Tesla. There are wings and intakes everywhere on this machine. There’s also more drama thanks to the butterfly doors, while the plus-sized rollers incorporate concave wheel covers to enhance the aero efficiency. LED lighting can be found at both ends, and there’s loads of active aero elements, much more than you get on the Tesla.

Interior Spec And Tech

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Note: 2020 Tesla Roadster pictured on the left, Rimac C Two pictured on the right.

“Step into the Tesla, and you’ll be met with a simplified cabin design that’s almost antiseptically clean. By comparison, the Rimac is far more plush.”

Step into the Tesla, and you’ll be met with a simplified cabin design. The shapes are solid throughout, with curves and geometric structures that lend it a spacey kind of vibe. It’s also almost antiseptically clean. The steering wheel is small and rectangular, while passengers are help in place by large seat bolsters. Brushed metal and carbon are used for the materials.

A plethora of large digital readouts are on hand for infotainment purposes, including a prominent touchscreen that makes up the majority of the center console, and there’s a G meter that can be used to monitor your performance driving stats. There’s also a 2+2 seating arrangement and several compartments for storage. Up top is a removable targa roof to let in some extra fresh air, and although Tesla didn’t specify, the Roadster 2.0 should come with a host advanced self-driving tech.

Moving over to the Rimac, we find a much more plush cabin space. Carbon is used for the dash, with rounded gauges added here and there to provide the driver with critical info. Leather and Alcantara are used for the upholstery, and billet aluminum is used for the switchgear.

In addition to the screen in the center console, there’s five other screens scattered around the cockpit, including an all-digital gauge readout behind the flat-bottom steering wheel. The tech load-out is on point, with facial recognition rather than a traditional key, plus there is the usual assortment of autonomous safety systems, including automatic braking, evasion control, blind-spot monitoring, lane-sleep assist, and adaptive cruise control. There’s even a “Driving Coach” that helps you perform better in the track. Seating is limited to two passengers, but Rimac insists there’s enough cargo room to bring luggage on an extended getaway, framing the C Two as a “true grand tourer.”

Powertrain And Performance


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“Both machines offer four-figure output, 0-to-60 mph times under 2 seconds, and top speeds over 250 mph.”

Slick styling and sweet tech are all well and good, but we’d be lying if we didn’t say the most important feature of both these vehicles was the performance.

Once again, let’s begin with the Tesla, which comes equipped with three electric motors total, with one in front and two in the rear. That gives it AWD grip and advanced torque vectoring handling. Juicing the motors is a 200-kWh battery. All told, Tesla claims the 2020 Roadster makes an astonishing 10,000 Nm (7,376 pound-feet) of torque, which is the kind of number you’d expect from an aircraft, not a two-door sports car.


Tesla Roadster 2.0 vs the Rimac C Two - Did Rimac Just Beat Tesla To The Punch? - image 746107
“All that juice means the Tesla can hit 60 mph in 1.9 seconds,100 mph in 4.2 seconds, and the quarter mile in 8.9 seconds”

All that juice means the Tesla can hit 60 mph in 1.9 seconds,100 mph in 4.2 seconds, and the quarter mile in 8.9 seconds. Top speed is rated at more than 250 mph, and it’ll go a whopping 620 miles per charge.

On to the Rimac, which offers its own mind-melting stats. Under the floor is a liquid-cooled 120-kWh battery, which sends many many electronics to the four dual permanent-magnet oil-cooled electric motors. Each motor is connected to its own individual gearbox, and there’s infinitely variable all-wheel torque vectoring and carbon ceramic brakes to assist in the handling department.

Output for the C Two is rated at over 1,900 horsepower and 2,300 Nm (1,686 pound-feet) of torque. Rimac also says it’ll do the 0-to-60 mph shimmy in 1.85 seconds and achieve a top speed of 258 mph. Stay off the skinny pedal, and it’ll offer 404 miles of range as well.

Tesla’s Ace In The Hole

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“There’s one very big difference between the 2020 Tesla Roadster and Rimac C Two – the price.”

While we could draw similarities between these two machines all day long, there’s one very big difference between the 2020 Tesla Roadster and Rimac C Two – the price.

While the Rimac will fetch upwards of seven figures, the Tesla is priced at a much more reasonable $200,000 for the base model, or $250,000 for the fancy first edition “Founder” series model.

That’s a massive difference, and buyers will need to do a pretty major judgement call when lining these two against one another.

Conclusion

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Note: 2020 Tesla Roadster pictured on the left, Rimac C Two pictured on the right.

“Here’s the real key differences between these two – the Rimac is here now, while the Roadster 2.0 is still several years away.”

It goes without saying that the 2020 Tesla Roadster
and Rimac C Two are both absolutely incredible machines. Both look very impressive and come with a cutting-edge suite of technology, and both go like hell from the word go.

There are a few differences to point out, though. For starters, the Rimac takes the styling drama to new heights thanks to the butterfly doors and extra speed-cue styling, plus the advanced active aero makes the thing feel truly alive. We’d argue the Rimac’s interior is also far nicer than the that of the Tesla, although we’d expect the Roadster to win out in terms of autonomous features (and headroom too).

Speed-wise, these things are pretty much matched evenly. The acceleration contest will come down to real-world conditions, drivers, and individual cars. We’d expect more or less the same thing in terms of handling, although we’ll have to see if the Tesla can edge out its competition thanks to a smaller size and lower curb weight.

But here’s the real key differences between these two – the Rimac is here now, while the Roadster 2.0 is still several years away. At the same time, the Rimac ismuch more expensive.

So, if it was your money – which would you rather have?

References


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Read more about the 2018 Rimac Concept Two.


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Read our full review on the 2020 Tesla Roadster.

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