The Croatians from Rimac Automobili have entered the supercar scene with something that looks rather impressive.

Badges as the Rimac Concept One, this is no ordinary supercar either, due to the fact that its propulsion system (divided into four sub-systems) is composed of a 92 kWh battery pack and four electric motors, plus an inverter and a reduction gearbox. The system generates a combined 1088 HP, and each sub-system drives one wheel. It is what Rimac calls the All Wheel Torque Vectoring.

The car premiered in Frakfurt yesterday, and its performance figures promise 0 to 100 Km/h acceleration times of 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 305 Km. Due to the fact that it uses electricity to spin its wheels, the Rimac Concept One (which weights 1,650 Kg), does not have to make any compromise to achieve its performance. In fact, the Croatian supercar is able to cover as much as 600 Km before it needs to recharge.

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Concept One’s interior has been designed by former Pininfarina employees while the actual interior parts have been assembled and covered in leather by the specialists from Vilner.

Production for the Rimac Concept One will be limited to 88 units, with the first delivery starting in 2013. The company did not specify how much their electric supercar would cost.

Video: Rimac Concept One Propulsion System

Source: Rimac Automobili