1st US-Based Rimac Nevera Customer Delivery

Rimac Automobili has announced the delivery of the first Nevera hypercar to the United States, personally handed over to its owner by Rimac’s New York-based dealer, Manhattan Motorcars, alongside the Rimac team.

With a number of other US-bound cars in production or awaiting their production slot at the time of this inaugural delivery, the Nevera has already made an indelible impact in the States, emerging as the most sought-after market in the world for Rimac’s record-breaking all-electric hypercar. The first US-based Rimac Nevera comes finished in a Gunpowder Gray paint with a pearlescent finish, paired with Gunmetal Infinitus wheels and gloss black calipers. The interior showcases a full Alcantara trim style with subtle green highlights.

“The US often leads the world when it comes to embracing new innovations in automotive performance. We’re witnessing this phenomenon with the Nevera as American buyers are flocking to secure their place in history. Congratulations to our first US customer, who had the foresight to recognize the Nevera’s immense potential during its early development. They are now rewarded with the incredible honor of being the inaugural Nevera driver in the USA, and the proud owner of the fastest-accelerating road car in the world.” Hendrik Malinowski, Bugatti Rimac Commercial Director

The Nevera was recently certified as the ultimate record-breaking hypercar, smashing 23 acceleration and braking records in a single day, including 0-100mph in 3.2 seconds and the new hypercar benchmark: the 0-400kph (249 mph)-0 test in 29.93 seconds.

With an extensive network of dealers stretching from coast to coast across the USA, including Manhattan Motorcars, Rimac is making its mark in North America. The dealer network also extends to Canada and Mexico, catering to a growing clientele. Limited to just 150 examples worldwide, production and deliveries of the Nevera are currently underway, bringing the thrill of Rimac’s hypercar to customers around the globe.

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