RIMAC CONCEPT S EV RACINGCAR
The Rimac Concept S the company’s GT car and is the evil twin of the Rimac Concept One. The vehicles were unveiled together during the Geneva 2016 Motor Show. The Concept S is 50kg lighter than the Concept One and has 218kW more power and 200N.m Torque. The proprietary Rimac All Wheel Torque Vectoring (R-AWTV) precisely calculates optimum torque levels required for each wheel, enabling very quick acceleration.The Rimac Battery and Thermal Management System are designed to deliver 1MW (1,000kW) during acceleration and absorb 400kW during breaking.
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