Watch Rimac’s Concept One roast a LaFerrari and Tesla Model S in a drag race

Watch Rimac’s Concept One roast a LaFerrari and Tesla Model S in a drag race

0 comments 📅04 November 2016, 21:20

It’s been five prolonged years since Rimac Automobili took the covers off of its Concept_One at the Frankfurt Motor Reveal. From the very beginning, Rimac has confidently touted the supercar’s capabilities, but now we in point of fact have proof of just how capable the Concept_One unqualifiedly is. Here’s your takeaway: It’s quick plenty to show a Ferrari LaFerrari its taillights by virtue of the quarter-mile.

If you’ve spent any time clicking round on YouTube, you’ve seen the Tesla Model S P90D trump all sorts of high-class-performance cars. In this video, the Tesla is undeniably only there for reference, because the way the Concept_One bests the charged sedan is just brutal.

For those not relaxed with Croatia’s electric machine, here’s the lowdown:

  • 1,088 horsepower and 2,800 give someone the works-feet of torque thanks to four thrilling motors that put everything down off the crow’s-foot
  • Zero to 62 mph in 2.6 seconds, 6.2 seconds to get to 124 mph from a halt, and 0 to 186 mph in 14.2 seconds
  • An independent gearbox for each stirring motor with the front featuring fix-speed gearboxes and the rear axle using two-haste double-clutch gearboxes
  • Rimac All Turn Torque Vectoring (R-AWTV) system that calculates the first-class amount of torque for each wheel

On credentials, the Concept_One makes a Tesla Model S P90D with Foolish Mode look slow. But a LaFerrari isn’t a Epitome S. And it’s definitely not an electric car. It’s a stampeding thoroughbred with a clearly aspirated V12 and an electric motor that together create 950 horsepower. It can blitz the quarter-mile in brutally 9.8 seconds and is faster than the seniority of cars on the road today.

Granted, the LaFerrari is quicker to 60 mph than the Concept_One, at 2.5 seconds. In core, this race between two titanic machines should be terminate. But it’s not. It’s not even close to being close. It’s a butchery.

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