Rimac - Electric Concept One Super Car 1088hp
Rimac - Electric Concept One Super Car 1088hp
Power output: 1088 hp
Torque: 1600 Nm from 0 to 6500 rpm
Acceleration: 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) 2,8 seconds
Range: up to 600 km (realistic range -- 500 km)
Braking distance: 31.5m (100-0 km/h)
Lateral g-force: 1.4 g
Efficiency: 140-550 Wh/km
40 kW on-board charging
100 kW fast DC-charging
Weight-to-power ratio: 1.79 kg/hp
Weight distribution: 42% front, 58% rear
Total length: 4548 mm
Total width: 1997 mm
Total height: 1198 mm
Ground clearance: Rear: 115 mm, Front: 105 mm
Wheelbase: 2750 mm.
Dry weight: 1950 kg
Lithium-Iron-Phosphate (LiFePO4) chemistry
Configuration: 1400 cells - 200 series, 7 parallel
Voltage: 650V nominal
Capacity: 91 kWh
Cooling: Freon (gas) with high-voltage heat pumps
Milled aluminum and sheet aluminum housing
Rimac Automobili Active Battery and Thermal Management Systems
Several layers of redundant safety and protection systems
Carbon fibre monocoque with integrated battery-pack
Carbon fibre sub-frames (front and rear)
Carbon fibre crash structure
Front and rear suspension: Double wishbones, fully adjustable, pushrod
Electronically adjustable ride height.
Fully machined aluminum uprights and wishbones
Rear: Rimac Automobili D-PM-OC-600 -- high speed dual permanent magnet
oil cooled motors, 600 kW peak, 10.000 RPM, up to 97% efficiency
Front: Rimac Automobili D-PM-OC-400 - high speed dual permanent magnet
oil cooled motors, 400 kW peak, 10.000 RPM, up to 97% efficiency
Dry sump lubrication
Milled aluminum housings
Reduction gearbox ratio: 3,5
Rack and pinion electrically power assisted steering.
Front brakes: Ventilated ceramic discs Ø 390 mm, 36 mm wide.
6-piston calipers, power-assisted.
Rear brakes: Ventilated ceramic discs Ø 380 mm, 34 mm wide.
4-piston calipers, power-assisted.
Up to 800 kW of regen-braking (adjustable)
Front and side air-bags
Torque Vectoring with stability function
Safety disconnect systems in case of crash
Multiple ECU architecture for monitoring of safety-relevant electronic
Full carbon-fibre body.
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This Electric E36 Makes 850 lb/ft of Torque at the Wheels! - /TUNED
EV West isn't like other electric car builders. They aren't trying to save
the planet from gasoline emissions, they are trying to build race cars
using electric technology for events that can best use that technology. The
Pikes Peak International Hillclimb, with a total driving distance of under
20 miles at very high elevation, is one of those events. We take their
Pike's Peak M3 to the Dyno to find out what 400
Kilowatts means in horsepower, then to see how
Rimac e-M3 World Records
Sveta Nedelja, October 12th, 2012. -- Rimac Automobili is proudly
announcing that the Rimac e-M3 has broken several world acceleration
records. The records are broken in Category A, Group VIII (electric
vehicle), Class 3 (above 1000 kg) according to FIA categorization.
The e-M3 was Rimac Automobili's first test mule - the car that started all.
The founder and CEO Mate Rimac started to convert this car when he was only
19 years old: "I owned an old BMW E30 (MY 1984) which I used for drift and
circuit races. At one of these races, the gas engine blew up. Then I
decided to try building an EV. After one year or so the car was able to
drive but I was not satisfied with the result. It was heavy, not very
powerful and the range was very limited. I started to gather a team of
experts to develop our own components since I believed that the electric
propulsion can give much more compared to what was available on the market.
At that time, I already had a very clear vision of my ultimate goal. Today,
hard work is making my dream come true."
Now the "green monster" develops 600 horsepower, 900 Nm of
torque, reaches 100 km/h from standstill in 3.3 sec and a top speed of 280
km/h. Five development evolutions have pushed the e-M3 to become the
officially fastest accelerating electric vehicle according to strict FIA
The record braking attempt took place on a 2 km long military runway near
Zagreb on April the 17th, 2011. Nonetheless, the records couldn't be
published until now. Mr. Rimac explains: "We had to wait over a year for
FIA's official approval to publish the records. But while we were waiting
the spirit of inventiveness took us even further, so we made something even
faster. Our pre-production car,
the Concept_One, can beat the e-M3; by far."
Such a prolific output is surprising from a company that young, with little
previous automotive experience. But still, Rimac Automobili has brought a
sparkle in the world of e-mobility and is now breaking prejudice about
boring and slow electric vehicles. As a company riddled with innovation at
the cutting-edge of electric vehicle technology, Rimac Automobili will
bring to all who remain dubious one more surprise -- before the end of this
year, Rimac Automobili will deliver its first ground-braking vehicle to a
- 1/8 mile: 7,549
- 1/4 mile: 11,808
- 1/2 km: 13,714*
- 1 km: 23,260*
- 1 mile: 35,347*
*Records subject to official FIA approval (pending)