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Rimac brings the bubbly with its California edition C_Two hypercar

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Debuting in California for Monterey Car Week, the Rimac C_Two electric hypercar has been reimagined for California
Debuting in California for Monterey Car Week, the Rimac C_Two electric hypercar has been reimagined for California
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Debuting in California for Monterey Car Week, the Rimac C_Two electric hypercar has been reimagined for California
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Debuting in California for Monterey Car Week, the Rimac C_Two electric hypercar has been reimagined for California
When gullwing doors aren't quite enough, you have to rethink and go with butterfly wing doors instead
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When gullwing doors aren't quite enough, you have to rethink and go with butterfly wing doors instead
Electric blue paint looks beautiful next to polished wheels and carbon fiber brakes
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Electric blue paint looks beautiful next to polished wheels and carbon fiber brakes
The Rimac C_Two California has electric blue paint, room for two champagne bottles, and will be featured at the Petersen Automotive Museum this week
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The Rimac C_Two California has electric blue paint, room for two champagne bottles, and will be featured at the Petersen Automotive Museum this week
The blue exterior of the Rimac C_Two is offset by the saddle brown interior, a beautiful contrast
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The blue exterior of the Rimac C_Two is offset by the saddle brown interior, a beautiful contrast

Rimac has unveiled a special California edition of its C_Two hypercar. The C_Two, which debuted earlier this year in Geneva, is an all-electric beast capable of 258 mph (415 km/h) and (eventually) level four autonomous driving. The new California edition adds room for two champagne bottles.

The Rimac C_Two has been "reimagined to tally with the vibrant Californian scene." That means, it appears, accommodation for two 6-liter champagne bottles and crystal flutes in order to fit in at Monterey Car Week.

During the week of car showcases in Monterey, California, Rimac will be hosting special guests at its estate nearby and then joining the show at The Quail on August 24 and the Exotics on Canary Row the following day. These are the premier Monterey Car Week events held every year, featuring some of the rarest supercars in the world.

We suspect those in attendance will be suitably wowed by the Rimac C-Two's electric blue paint job and promises of 1,914 peak horsepower (1,417 kW) and 1,696 pound-feet (2,300 Nm) of torque.

Move over, Bugatti. Now there's something prettier for the beach bums.

Source: Rimac

5 comments
Daishi
Saying they are (eventually) be level four autonomous driving is like selling you a computer that will (eventually) become self aware and cure cancer. Uber has spent billions to try to build self driving cars and is now debating throwing in the towel on developing their own tech. Does Rimac have the scale to even approach a problem that complex and expensive to solve?
seewind
nothing says class like warm champagne.
Tom Lee Mullins
I think that is really cool.
guzmanchinky
Amazing glimpse of the future.
matsuda
Daishi "Does Rimac have the scale to even approach a problem that complex and expensive to solve?" Nvidia Drive AI computer is behind the Rimac C_two https://blogs.nvidia.com/blog/2018/03/07/rimac-c-two/