Rosberg said “Ever since I first met Mate and truly understood the genius behind Nevera, I knew I wanted car number one. For me, this car represents absolutely everything I could ever want. It showcases the very best of innovative electrification technology, bringing it into a car designed literally from the ground-up to be not just incredibly fast – or the fastest – but really great to drive, too. I can’t wait to see what it can do.”
Rosberg has been around since the early days of the company and has been a prominent figure surrounding the brand since. The ex-F1 driver first became interested in the brand after seeing the C_Two concept, after which he said he wanted to be one of the first customers.
Production of the rest of the cars is now underway in Zagreb, Croatia with the first year’s production slots already sold. Rimac says that each car takes about five weeks to assemble after each of its components has been accounted for, a process in which Rimac designs and engineers almost every major component.