This car was ridden by the test driver, Miro Zrncevic. Testing also took place on the Papenburg Automotive Testing oval track located in Germany, with a straight track that has a length of about 4 km.
“Today is a very emotional moment. Seeing how quiet and stable the car is, ensuring our aerodynamics and dynamics team has done a great job,” said Miro Zrncevic, Head of Test and Development Driver for Rimac.
There are adjustments for this test such as being set to the highest speed mode, the goal is to reduce wind resistance, and maintain downforce, and the tires use Michelin Cup 2R to ensure stability.
There are no significant modifications to the engine, other than removing the 352 kph speed limit. Rimac Nevera is equipped with 4 electric motors and a 120 kWh battery producing a combined power of 1,914 hp and a maximum torque of 2,360 Nm.
This test itself is carried out directly using a GPS measurement device which certainly has a high level of precision, namely the Racelogic V-Box.