• With the Nevera, Mate Rimac, the visionary behind the company, showcases his pride in the electric high-performance cars that Rimac has been crafting for the past fifteen years.
  • The Nevera’s exterior is a sight to behold, with its striking copper paint, a circuit board-like sticker, and carbon fiber accents that set it apart from any other car on the road.
  • Each one will cost more than $2.5 million, and there will only be nine built.

Many people now know Rimac for making high-tech, high-performance electric drivetrains. The Croatian company became well-known after making the Nevera and working with Bugatti on a high-profile project. It also made the beautiful engine for the Pininfarina Battista, which led Porsche and Hyundai to invest in the company. Mate Rimac, the founder, started his own business with the same name in 2009. To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the company, Rimac made a unique Nevera with a stylish copper border.

Rimac's copper-colored Nevera is a great way to celebrate 15 years

The 15th Anniversary Edition of the Rimac Nevera will be shown for the first time in person later this week at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. There will only be nine of this type made. The Nevera has matte paint for the first time. The bottom half is made of raw carbon fiber, and the top half is made of copper. Rimac says that the copper color was chosen because it stands for “celebration moments” and “connection energy” since it is used in electrical lines.

The two-tone look comes from the metal wheels’ six copper spokes and three black spokes. The special version also has a decal that goes from the hood to the rear wing and looks like a circuit board. It has a 15th Anniversary emblem on the front fender.

The copper color is carried over to the inside, where the anodized switches and door trim finish the look. The seats will have copper leather, copper stitching, and the number 15 stamped on the headrests, whether the inside is black or white. The armrest, on the other hand, has the years 2009 and 2024 printed on it in a way that makes it stand out as one of nine cars “designed, engineered, and manufactured in Croatia.”

At the current exchange rate, the Nevera 15th Anniversary Edition costs $2.5 million and comes with a pair of custom-made bags that fit inside the Nevera. The unique model will race in the famous Goodwood Hill Climb this coming weekend. The hardest part of the track will be set by the first of the nine client cars.

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