A Formula One Champion Gets To Test-Drive A 1,888 hp Supercar

Today, we have a video that shows a retired professional Formula One champion driving a very powerful supercar that produces 1,888 hp.

After we previously showed you a video of the Croatian Supercar, Rimac C Two, conducting a drift show on the track, Today we’ll show you the 35-year-old German professional driver Nico Rosberg who was crowned F1 World Champion in 2016 before announcing his retirement days after, while he drives the expensive supercar.

Before showing the video, we would like to remind you that the famous auto journalist Richard Hammond (a colleague of Jeremy Clarkson in Top Gear) had previously experienced a violent accident on board a Rimac Concept 1 in 2017.

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Mechanical Specifications:

The new advanced Rimac C Two relies entirely on electric power it gets from 4 electric motors (one engine for each wheel) that produce a combined power of 1,888 hp (1,914 PS) and 2,300 Nm of torque. The engines are connected to 3 gearboxes, one for the front axle and two on the rear axle.

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The 4-wheel drive electric supercar accelerates from zero to a speed of 96 km / h (60 mph) within 1.85 seconds and can reach a top speed of 412 km / h (258 mph). This all-electric vehicle is capable of driving up to 550 km (342 miles) on a single electrical charge, according to WLTP standards.

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These details and numbers make this Croatian car even more powerful than the famous Bugatti Chiron, who we previously test-drove.

It is expected that the price of this very powerful supercar, which produces 1,888 hp, will be about two million US dollars, equivalent to 7.5 million Saudi riyals.

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