An Electric Sports Car for the 1%

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Introducing the $980,000 Rimac Concept One electric sports car—the world's most elite, luxurious electric vehicle to date. Available to only...

 

Introducing the $980,000 Rimac Concept One electric sports car—the world's most elite, luxurious electric vehicle to date.

Available to only the 88 drivers willing to pay nearly $1 million, the Concept One boasts a 92 kilowatt hour LiFeP04 battery system with a range of over 370 miles, competing against the likes of Tesla Motors. Sporting a 1,088 horsepower output and 250 kilowatt electric motors for each wheel, the Concept One is far from your father's electric car.

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With some special tires from Vredestein, Rimac guarantees that the car has superior road handling and performance, operating well at top speeds.

Last year, the Croatian-built electric supercar was reported at being capable of going 0 to 60 in just 2.8 seconds. Back again today, the car was showcased at Top Marques Monaco, one of the world's most exclusive car shows, reported Wired.

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