Rimac held nothing back at the Geneva Auto Show this year with its C_Two, an unbelievably all-electric supercar. The C_Two is the follow up to Rimac’s Concept One, a feat of engineering in itself. CEO and Founder Mate Rimac unveiled their new tech with pride that they’ve gone quite far since the release of the Concept One. Putting it into perspective, Concept One pushed 1224 hp on a decent day. C_Two, on the other hadn, boasts a 1,914 hp, with all the ease and zero maintenance of an electric vehicle.
The impressive car is built with a pure carbon fiber body, rear carbon subframe, and full carbon fiber monocoque with bonded carbon roof. There are a total of four motors, with each one powering each wheel giving the vehicle four-wheel drive capability as well as full torque-vectoring control. There are also a total of 4 gearboxes that power the wheels: to single-speed gearboxes power the front while a couple of two-speed gearboxes take care of the rear. All of these things result to a peak torque of nearly 1700 lb-ft.