Tema en 'Foro General BMW' iniciado por cybermad, 21 Ago 2016.
Tengo novio, desde ayer.
Ya lo sabiamos, tienes toda la pinta. Menudo Freak.
Parece que se ha acabado el recreo sigamos hablando de coches, al Rimac le han puesto el extintor con un mensaje para Hammond, que lo quemó en un Hill Climb en Suiza, y ha dicho que está encantado, siempre soñó tener alguna influencia en el diseño de coches
Muy interesante este post.
Muy interesante,veremos como las grandes marcas encaran a tesla y compañia. Serán unos años entretenidos.
El nuevo Rimac C_Two es todo un éxito y ya casi está agotado
Rimac Automobili asegura que su nuevo superdeportivo totalmente eléctrico está siendo todo un éxito y tras apenas tres semanas desde que tuviera lugar su presentación prácticamente toda su producción está vendida. Solamente serán fabricadas 150 unidades y cada una de ellas tiene un precio superior al millón y medio de euros.
El nuevo Rimac C_Two ya está casi agotado. Su producción se ha limitado a 150 unidades.
El nuevo Rimac C_Two está siendo todo un éxito de ventas. El nuevo superdeportivo totalmente eléctrico desarrollado por los croatas de Rimac Automobili ya está prácticamente agotado. Y eso que su debut en sociedad tuvo lugar hace apenas unas semanas. Más concretamente durante el pasado Salón del Automóvil de Ginebra 2018. Ahora, y con motivo de la celebración del Salón de Nueva York 2018, Kreso Coric, Jefe de Ventas de Rimac, ha señalado que están muy cerca de colgar el cartel de «agotado».
La producción del nuevo Rimac C_Two está limitada a 150 unidades, y a pesar de que su precio de partida es de 1,7 millones de euros, ello no ha sido impedimento alguno para que los acaudalados clientes de la marca se decidan a comprar uno de los coches eléctricos más exclusivos, rápidos y extremos del mundo. Además, Coric ha destacado que de media cada cliente se ha gastado 550.000 euros en opcionales. No es «peccata minuta».
Con un peso de tan solo 1.950 kilogramos, el nuevo Rimac C_Two es propulsado por cuatro motores eléctricos que arrojan una potencia total de 1.914 CV y 2.300 Nm de par máximo. Gracias a esta mecánica, es capaz de acelerar de 0 a 100 km/h en unos 2 segundos y alcanzar una velocidad máxima de 412 km/h. Para hacernos una idea más clara de su poder de aceleración, cabe destacar que alcanza los 300 km/h 11,8 segundos.
El Rimac C_Two tiene un precio de partida superior al millón y medio de euros.
Por otra parte, su paquete de baterías de iones de litio de 120 kWh le permite homologar una autonomía de 650 kilómetros en ciclo NEDC. Es uno de los coches eléctricos que con mayor autonomía del mercado. Además, puede recargar al 80% sus baterías en menos de 30 minutos si hacemos uso de un punto de carga rápida. Sin lugar a dudas estamos ante un modelo que se sitúa a la vanguardia.
El Rimac C_Two también se caracteriza por su equipamiento tecnológico ya que es uno de los primeros vehículos que contará con un sistema de conducción autónoma de nivel 4, el más alto que ningún otro fabricante haya prometido hasta ahora en un automóvil de calle. A ello debemos de sumar un completo sistema de info-entretenimiento con numerosas opciones de conectividad.
Como hemos señalado al inicio del artículo, la producción del Rimac C_Two está limitada a 150 unidades. Los primeros ejemplares comenzarán a fabricarse en el año 2020, aunque las primeras mulas de pruebas estarán listas a finales de este mismo año.
Ninguno de los 150 es el mío. Y no por dinero, ya que podría haberlo comprado. Ya sabéis que no me gustan los eléctricos.
Porsche compra el 10% de Rimac
Porsche Buys 10 Percent Of Rimac To Help With Future Electric Vehicles
BY CARSCOOPS STAFF | POSTED ONJUNE 20, 2018
If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. Porsche, for one, seems to be embracing that idea with its most recent investment.
The German automaker has taken a ten-percent stake in Rimac – the Croatian startup known for its electric hypercars like the Concept_One and the C_Two. It just revealed the latter, nearly a decade after the former, at the Geneva Motor Show this past March, packing nearly 2,000 horsepower’s worth of electric propulsion, a 1.85-second 0-60 time, and a top speed quoted at 256 mph (412 km/h).
As impressive as Porsche’s electrified sports cars already are, those figures far eclipse what even the groundbreaking 918 Spyder was capable of. So Zuffenhausen is evidently tapping into Rimac’s expertise to help develop its next generation of electric performance machines – like the forthcoming Taycan that was previewed by the Mission E concept.
“By developing the purely electric two-seaters super sports cars, like the ‘Concept One’ or ‘C Two’, as well as core vehicle systems, Rimac has impressively demonstrated its credentials in the field of electromobility,” said Porsche finance and technology chief Lutz Meschke. “We feel that Rimac’s ideas and approaches are extremely promising, which is why we hope to enter into close collaboration with the company in the form of a development partnership.”
“This partnership now is an important step for Rimac on our way to become a component and system supplier of choice for the industry in electrification, connectivity and the exciting field of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems”, added Mate Rimac, founder and CEO of his namesake company (pictured below next to Porsche chief Oliver Blume). Rimac has a staff of around 400 at its headquarters near Zagreb, and also produces electric bicycles under the name Greyp Bikes.
The tie-in could ostensibly extend to other Volkswagen Group brands as well. But what we can’t help but wonder is how Porsche’s influence might shape Rimac’s involvement in projects for other automakers. The company is slated to help Automobili Pininfarina, for example, launch its own electric hypercar and a range of crossover EVs aimed squarely at Porsche.
Pero joe con un coche con pegata Eco en los controles de policía te dejan pasar por ser ecofriendly, para tu negocio te vendría bien.... Reconsidéralo
Le daré una vuelta al asunto. Puede ser buena idea.
0/100 en 1.9"
The Rimac C_Two is the world’s most powerful electric hypercar, demonstrating the company’s expertise in high-performance vehicle systems.
Powered by a four-motor powertrain system with 1,914 horsepower and instantly available 2,300 Nm of torque, the C_Two accelerates 0-60 mph in 1.85 seconds, and reaches 300 kph (186 mph) in 11.8 seconds.
The 120 kWh battery capacity enables 550 km (310 miles) of range in WLTP cycle (650 km/403 miles NEDC).
These figures have taken the world by surprise, but with our new development efforts, the C_Two can, and will, see upgrades.
With prototypes in production, the C_Two will soon take its final shape, and in 2020 bring its new performance to the streets around the world showing just how far (and fast!) the technology of the all-electric future can go.
Un día después de presentar el Taycan, Porsche anuncia que ha aumentado su inversión en Rimac hasta el 15.5%
Porsche Increases Its Stake In Rimac To 15.5 Percent
BY MICHAEL KARKAFIRIS | POSTED ONSEPTEMBER 6, 2019 10
Porsche already had a 10 percent stake in Rimac Automobili since June 2018, and has just acquired another 5.5 percent in a bid to strengthen their partnership.
The Croatian company, which was founded by Mate Rimac in 2009, has been developing and building components for electric vehicles, as well as its own battery-electric hypercars.
“We believe in what Mate Rimac and his company have to offer, which is why we have now increased our stake and intend to intensify our collaboration in the field of battery technology,” said Lutz Meschke, Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board at Porsche.
Rimac’s latest creation is the C_Two electric hypercar that was first shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 2018. Currently under development, the C_Two will offer a combined 1,972 HP (2,000 PS) from its four electric motors and a top speed of 258 mph (412 km/h).
“The fact that Porsche is now increasing its stake is the best form of confirmation for our collaboration and represents the foundation for an even closer relationship,” said Mate Rimac. “We are only at the start of our partnership – yet we have already met our high expectations. We have many collaborative ideas that we aim to bring to life in the future.”
Rimac is based in Zagreb and employs around 550 people, focusing on battery technologies, electric powertrains and the development of digital interfaces between human and machines (HMI). Development of its new electric hypercar is nearing its final stages and first customer deliveries are expected to take place in 2020.
Porsche increases stake in Rimac to 15.5 percent
Stuttgart/Zagreb. Porsche has increased its stake in technology and sports car company Rimac Automobili to 15.5 percent. In June 2018, the Stuttgart-based sports car manufacturer purchased a 10 percent stake in Rimac. Porsche is now strengthening the established partnership. The Croatian company develops and produces electromobility components and also produces electrically powered super sports cars in-house. Porsche initiated a development partnership with Rimac against the back-drop of its electric mobility campaign.
“Porsche has been supporting Rimac and its positive development for a year now,” explains Lutz Meschke, Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board at Porsche AG and Member of the Executive Board responsible for Finance and IT. “We quickly realized that Porsche and Rimac can learn a lot from each other. We believe in what Mate Rimac and his company have to offer, which is why we have now increased our stake and intend to intensify our collaboration in the field of battery technology.”
Founder Mate Rimac (31) started developing his vision of a fast, electrically powered sports car in a garage in 2009. Rimac unveiled his most recent electric car, the C Two, at the Geneva International Motor Show in March 2018. The two-seater vehicle generates almost 2,000 PS and reaches a top speed of 412 kilometers per hour. It boasts a range of 650 kilometers (NEDC) and can recharge 80 percent of its full battery capacity within half an hour thanks to a 250 kW fast-charging system. The company also develops and produces high-performance electric drives and battery systems.
“Gaining Porsche as a stakeholder was one of the most important milestones in our history. The fact that Porsche is now increasing its stake is the best form of confirmation for our collaboration and represents the foundation for an even closer relationship,” Managing Director Mate Rimac explains. “We are only at the start of our partnership – yet we have already met our high expectations. We have many collaborative ideas that we aim to bring to life in the future. The fundamental focus is creating a win-win situation for both partners and offering our end customers added value by developing exciting, electrified models.”
The rapidly growing company based in Zagreb employs a workforce of around 550. Rimac focusses on battery technology within the high-voltage segment, electric powertrains and developing digital interfaces between humans and machines (HMI). The company also develops and produces electric bikes. This strand of the business was established in 2013 in the form of the sister company Greyp Bikes.
Hyundai y KIA también han metido una millonada en Rimac...
Hyundai And Kia Team Up With Rimac To Make An Electric Mid-Engine Sports Car
The Hyundai Motor Group wants to make a statement in the electrified car market, and Rimac Automobili will help them achieve that goal. The strategic partnership announced today will see Hyundai and Kia invest €64 million and €16 million ($72-$18 million), respectively, into the Croatian company.
As part of the collaboration, all three car brands will work closely together to develop new vehicles. One of them will be Hyundai N’s midship sports car, which will be previewed by a concept at first, as well as a high-performance fuel cell model. Both of them will be launched at a later time.
“Rimac is an innovative company with outstanding capabilities in high-performance electric vehicles, said Hyundai Motor Group’s Executive Vice Chairman, Euisun Chung. “Its startup roots and abundant experience collaborating with automakers with technological prowess makes Rimac the ideal partner for us. We look forward to collaborating with Rimac on our road to Clean Mobility.”
Mate Rimac, Founder and CEO, added: “We are very impressed by Hyundai Motor Group’s vision as well as prompt and decisive initiative. We believe this technology partnership will create maximum value for our companies and their customers. Rimac is still young and relatively small, but a fast-growing company. We see a strong investor and technology partner in Hyundai Motor Group and believe this collaboration will charge our position as a Tier-1 electrification components supplier to the industry.”
Hyundai’s attempt of bringing a mid-engine model to the market dates back to 2014, when they unveiled the Veloster RM Concept. One year later, they presented a more refined version of the show car. The RM15 was powered by a mid-mounted 296 horsepower and 282 pound-feet (382 Nm) of torque 2.0-liter petrol engine, which allowed it to accelerate to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.7 seconds.
In 2016, a prototype was unleashed at the Nurburgring, thus fueling reports of an imminent reveal, which, however, never materialized.
Rimac, on the other hand, is responsible for two extreme battery-electric hypercars: the Concept One and C_Two. They also collaborated with Pininfarina and Aston Martin for the Battista and Valkyrie, respectively, and will help Porsche in their electric future, after the German company purchased a 10 percent stake last summer.
Eso de que los electricos no suenan ... ese zumbido parece molestar un poco..
Si que suenan, suenan horrible. Algo así como una radial cortando cerámicos.
Presentan el Concept two el mes que viene en el salón de Ginebra, tendrá otro nombre que todavía no han dicho y también abrirá un centro de investigación y desarrollo en UK.
Este va a dejar obsoleto al Tesla Roadster, hace 0/100 en menos de 2 segundos y 0/160 en 4,3
Mate Rimac on C_Two progress and opening a British R&D centre
Founder of the Croatian EV maker and tech company tells us the latest on its 1900bhp hypercar and more
Mate Rimac is poised to unveil the production version of his company's C_Two electric hypercar concept at the Geneva motor show next March and has already concluded a world-first deal with the London-based HR Owen dealer group to put both the car and supporting tech products on sale early in its life.
He has also announced plans to open a research and development centre here because he “likes working with Brits” and regards the UK as home to Europe’s best, most pragmatic engineers.
The 1900bhp, four-motored, 256mph Croatian-built hypercar, which is claimed to sprint from 0-60mph in less than 2.0sec and has Level 4 autonomy that can teach you the fastest way around race tracks, will go into production at the end of next year. It should become available to UK buyers during 2021 for around £2 million.
Orders are being taken now, and UK cars will be delivered exclusively from a new £40 million HR Owen 'experience centre' in Hatfield, Hertfordshire that the group is building as an outlet for all of its luxury brands.
Rimac, whose boss is in London this week to announce the deal, will make 40-50 examples of the hypercar per year, plus a similar number of the Pininfarina Battista, which uses the same Rimac-designed all-carbonfibre chassis and mechanicals.
The 600-strong organisation has been wowing car industry 'majors' with its ambition and knowhow (it's already 14% owned by Porsche and 15% by Hyundai-Kia) and has already built up a thriving business supplying battery technology and electrified sub-systems to bigger car companies. It will limit production of its own cars carefully. “If we stay under 100 units a year,” says Mate Rimac, “the big guys don’t care."
Production of the C_Two will begin well before the year's end, Rimac says, because the company will build around 25 pre-production prototypes. Finished cars will weigh around 2000kg (about the same as a Bugatti Chiron at the kerb), which seems heavy until you remember that 700kg of that is a 120kWh battery that delivers both enormous performance and a generous WLTP range of 340 miles.
The car began life with a two-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox, but Rimac says progress with electric motor design has allowed for a lighter, less complex single-speed unit.
As well as offering huge performance, Rimac says the hypercar will be spacious, allow easy access and be generally “liveable with”. Although closely related to the C_Two, the production model will have a different name. “I can’t tell you what it’s called yet”, says Rimac. “We haven’t decided yet."
Ya se va dejando ver, 550 km de autonomía WLTP y también puede dar 2 vueltas completas seguidas a Nurburgring yendo a pietabla
De pruebas en circuito, presentaran el modelo de producción y sus prestaciones en el salón de Ginebra
Time to strap yourself (and your brain) in for a juicy Top Gear exclusive as Jack Rix gets behind the wheel of Rimac’s C_Two prototype. The Croatian EV ‘supercar GT’ has 1,887bhp (1,400kW) and 1,696lb ft of torque, a 0-62mph time under two seconds, a 258mph top speed, and a £1.7million price tag.
Separar los nombres con comas.