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This Batmobile-like Rimac Nevera electric car hits 256 mph — and costs $2.5M

Rimac Nevera electric car
Rimac Nevera electric car

The fastest electric vehicle in the world is speeding into the Big Apple.

With a top speed of 256 mph, the Rimac Nevera is headed from its birthplace in Croatia to center stage at the New York Auto Show.

The hypercar, which retails for $2.5 million, is made by Rimac Automobili.

The one at the show has already been purchased by a New Jersey-based Croatian neurosurgeon. Courtesy of Rimac
The one at the show has already been purchased by a New Jersey-based Croatian neurosurgeon. Courtesy of Rimac
Rimac only produced 150 of the $2.5M vehicles. Courtesy of Rimac
Rimac only produced 150 of the $2.5M vehicles. Courtesy of Rimac

The one on display at the Auto Show at the Jacob K. Javits Center from March 29 through April 7 is already spoken for, snapped up by a New Jersey-based Croatian neurosurgeon, who will pick it up after the show.

The Nevera has four motors, three high-definition screens and a massive battery pack.

It debuted in 2022 and there are only 150 in existence.

Although each can be custom-built for the client with their preferred materials and colors, many have suede and shiny billet aluminum interiors.

The Nevera, which has set 25 world performance records, was aptly named after the powerful wind storm that hits the Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea.