It took three years, but the production version of the remake is finally ready to show The idea is twofold The electric hypercar is new Revealed Nevera (named after a sudden Mediterranean storm in Croatia) still centers on a quad-motor 1,914HP setup, but includes several bodywork changes to improve aerodynamics. It is also clear how long you can enjoy the car on country drive. The 120-kilowatt battery is expected to provide a healthy 340-mile range of WLTP test cycles, although it could sink with a more conservative EPA rating.
The 500kW charging system can bring Nevera from empty to 80 percent charge in just 19 minutes, although you need to keep it at a few stations that can continue.
There is no mention of a face recognition system for unlocking the ignition (there is still a conventional key), but Nevera still has a lot of technology. An upcoming driver coach feature will combine AI with many of the vehicle’s sensors (13 cameras, 12 ultrasonic sensors, six radar units) to provide audiovisual direction when you’re blasting through “selected” race tracks. The coach won’t be ready until 2022, but promises that your hypercar will help you in more than just evading your social status.
Like a few modern cars, Remac is trying to strike a balance between the flood of digital information and the intrusion of physical control. You’ll find the three main screens and the seemingly necessary mobile app (complete with performance data from track days), there are still plenty of knobs and toggles for things like drive mode and windows.
Like most hypercars, the challenge is to get your hands on one. Never mind the price of 2 2 million (about 44 2.44 million) – Remake is making only 150 units of Nevera and they will probably drop out once orders start.
Nevera will just print Tesla’s next genre is Roadster Slightly faster 0-60MPH speeds of 1.85 seconds, a 258MPH top speed and an 8.6-second threshold mile. However, it can cost up to ten times as much, and if Tesla holds the claimed 60,000 miles, it can’t travel nearly as much. You’re paying for luxury and remake performances, not raw performance statistics.
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