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Only 9 People Get To Own The New Rimac Hypercar Variant

Key Takeaways

  • Rimac Nevera 15th Anniversary Edition announced with 9 bespoke units.
  • Aesthetic changes include copper accents, visible carbon fiber color split, unique wheels, and matching luggage.
  • Costs approximately $2.5 million with all options included.

If you’ve been following the amazing story of Mate Rimac, you know how meteoric the rise of Rimac Automobili has been. So in recognition of how far the Croatian company has come, a special edition based on the company’s record-breaking hypercar has just been announced: the Rimac Nevera 15th Anniversary Edition.

Just nine examples will be made – a nod to the year 2009, in which Mr. Rimac founded his namesake company. Each one will be bespoke, but some similarities will be shared across all nine. Let’s take a closer look before the special edition makes a splash at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this week.

Copper, Like The Wires That Provide Electricity

Under the skin, there’s nothing to differentiate this special edition from the existing (and awe-inspiring) hypercar, with the changes all being aesthetic. These start with a new visible carbon fiber exterior split finish, and each customer can choose what paint they’d like. For the first customer car, a new shade of copper was created “for its connections not only with times of celebration, but also to energy, as well as its more practical application as the material most widely used in electrical cables,” says the automaker.

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Other subtle changes include a new bi-color wheel design, badging referencing the 15th anniversary of the company, and Rimac’s signature pattern along the length of the car, while the cabin gets copper anodized switchgear controls and copper-plated accents. A ‘2009-2024’ script is found on the armrest, and the seats get copper leather that can be paired with an otherwise Pristine White or Bold Black interior color scheme. Finally, the number 15 is embossed on the headrests.

How Much Does The Rimac Nevera 15th Anniversary Edition Cost?

Depending on exchange rates, you’ll pay around $2.2 million for a regular Nevera, but this one will set you back €2,350,000. At the time of writing, that equates to $2,542,000. For that, you get all available options and a set of fitted luggage that matches your chosen interior color scheme. If you’d like to see the spectacular EV in action before putting your name down for one of these, this first customer car in copper will take to the iconic Goodwood hill climb over the course of the festival, which runs from 11-14 July, 2024.


Rimac Nevera 0-60 And Every Other Performance Record Broken By The Electric Hypercar… So Far

The same man who holds the key to the Bugatti kingdom is also responsible for the world’s most exciting electric hypercar.

Until then, we recommend watching the video below to get just a small sense of the gravitas of all that Rimac has achieved so far. We can’t wait to see how Mate’s next (and also highly ambitious) project goes – P3 Mobility robotaxis – but the man says there are further tweaks and touches coming to the Nevera soon, and possibly even a hydrogen supercar sometime later, so we’re going to have lots to look forward to for a long time to come.

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