The initial headlines of the Rimac Nevera breaking a number of performance records is misleading. It’s an electric supercar, and they are impressive already due to instant torque. So with that in mind, a 0-60 in 1.74 seconds, zero to 250 miles per hour to zero again… in under 30 seconds, and this can hit 130 miles per hour about a second before I can hit 60. The list goes on, and it’s all about a nearly 2000 horsepower electric car. It’s still got a little way before it’s the fastest supercar, but it does show promise. Just remember that most of these numbers are translating specialty numbers that we won’t get without spending 2.4 million on one of the 150 cars that will be made.

The all-electric Rimac Nevera is officially the ultimate record-breaking hypercar, setting a new 0-400-0 km/h (0-249-0 mph) benchmark on the same day that it set another 22 acceleration and braking records.