Rimac delivers two Neveras to renowned collections, bolstering USA’s electric hypercar presence.
Record-breaking Nevera’s popularity in USA signals strength of the electric hypercar market.
With ongoing global deliveries, the limited-edition Nevera enthralls automotive enthusiasts worldwide.
The US is seeing a surge in the presence of the all-electric Rimac Nevera, with the latest arrivals heading to two prominent American collections. Rimac of Naples in Florida has facilitated the delivery of the Nevera to both the Triple F and Ash Crest Collections, further cementing the North American market as a key player for this electric hypercar powerhouse.
The Triple F Collection, owned by Dave Frecka and his sons, Jordan and Jason, welcomed a Nevera finished in a stunning Nevera Blue pearlescent paint with a dark blue interior and light blue leather seats. This vehicle joins a collection of over 40 of the world’s most exotic supercars and hypercars, visible worldwide through a significant social media presence.
In contrast, the Ash Crest Collection incorporated a Stratos Blue Nevera with a Stage 2 carbon finish in glossy tinted Cyan. The vehicle’s white leather seats and yellow stitches beautifully paralleled the graphite finish and yellow calipers of the car’s standout Infinitus wheels.
These deliveries took place during a private event on June 17th, with Rimac Group’s founder, Mate Rimac, present. The vehicles made their official public debut at ‘The Event III,’ a charitable supercar gathering hosted by the Triple F Collection on the 18th of June, a function renowned for raising substantial funds for charities such as the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
Mate Rimac highlighted the importance of the US market in the success of the Nevera and expressed pride in delivering these vehicles into the hands of genuine car aficionados. “The Ash Crest Collection and Triple F Collection are comprised of the rarest and most admired performance cars in the world right now. It’s a great endorsement… that they feel Nevera deserves a place among them,” Rimac said.
The Nevera’s accelerating popularity is unsurprising, given its recent accolades as the world’s fastest hypercar. In April 2023, it smashed 23 acceleration and braking records in a single day at the Automotive Testing Papenburg in Germany, including a 0-100mph in 3.2 seconds and a 0-400kph to 0 test in 29.93 seconds.
The ongoing deliveries of the limited 150-example production run promise to take the thrill of owning a Nevera to global enthusiasts. With three Neveras delivered in the US within a month and many more anticipated, it’s clear that the allure of this revolutionary all-electric hyper GT is alive and well in North America.