EVs enter the annals of supercar history.

Mate Rimac established Rimac in Croatia in 2009, and since then, the company has grown to become a top innovator in the field of electric motor and battery technology.

The first supercar produced by the company was called the Concept One, and it had more than 1200 horsepower and could reach 60 miles per hour in less than 2.5 seconds.

A total of only eight units were constructed, and production began in the year 2013.

Rimac's second attempt, the 1877-horsepower Nevera (shown), arrived on the market in 2022 and began to be sold to clients. It is claimed by Rimac that the Nevera can reach 60 miles per hour in just 1.9 seconds.

There are other companies that are also entering the market for electric hypercars besides Rimac. Lotus, which is known for producing lightweight and compact sports vehicles, has unveiled its Evija electric supercar.

which is a missile with four motors and a horsepower output of 1972. Even though it weighs 3,700 pounds, which may seem like a lot for a Lotus, it is surprisingly light for an electric vehicle.

In addition, there are plans to develop other electric supercars. The second-generation Tesla Roadster, which was introduced for the first time in 2017, has not yet been produced, but it makes some very audacious claims about its performance.

As does the Pininfarina Battista, which has 1877 horsepower, and the Hispano Suiza Carmen, which has 1110 horsepower and is an odd-looking resurrection of a Spanish carmaker from before the war.


As of 2023, the electric cars with the longest ranges are ranked.