Imagine this, you’re out in your shiny new Tesla Model S P90D feeling good in knowing that you have the ability to whip just about any other production cars butt in a drag race, and then it happens. A Rimac Concept_One pulls up next to you and takes you to school.
Luckily for you the Rimac Concept_One is a very low production model (and terribly expensive) so the chances of one staging next to you for a drag race at a stop light are remote at best. However, in a recent drag race against a Tesla Model S, the Tesla got owned (and yes, Ludicrous mode was enabled on the Tesla). Not only did the Tesla Model S get owned, but so did a Ferrari LaFerrari.
The Tesla Model S and LaFerrari both offer staggering performance specs and are a couple of the fastest production vehicles you can purchase. Enter the Rimac Concept_One, with specs like these:
Power output: 1088 hp
— Torque: 1180 lb ft from 0 to 6500 rpm
— Acceleration: 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) 2.6 sec
— Top speed: 355 km/h
it’s no surprise that the Rimac Concept_One is a performance car to be reckoned with. (And it doesn’t use a drop of gas) Watch the video below to see the Rimac Concept_One in action against the Tesla and Ferrari.
The Rimac Concept_One is almost the perfect supercar with it’s beautifully crafted interior, all electric drive train, massive power and head turning good looks. There’s just one drawback: the price. The Rimac not only has staggering performance but a staggering price tag as well. Coming in at about $1 million dollars, you’d have to wonder why someone would opt for the Rimac over the Tesla Model S P90D with Ludicrous mode.
With a price tag of about $120,000 for a Tesla Model S P90D with Ludicrous mode, you better have some pretty deep pockets if you want a bit more performance and looks that the million dollar Rimac Concept_One has to offer.