The Rimac Nevera is one of the fastest cars in the world, smashing acceleration and drag strip records for a production hypercar. Now it’s my turn to experience it with a full send run up the Goodwood Festival of Speed hillclimb course!

Named after an electrical storm experienced in Croatia that comes in from the Adriatic, the Nevera has 4 electric motors and a 120kWh battery, producing 1,914hp and extraordinary performance figures like 0-100km/h (62mph) in just 1.97s, and 0-300km/h (186mph) in a mere 9.3s, while completing a 1/4 mile drag in just 8.6s from factory.

With Rimac driver, Miro, at the wheel of the hypercar, it’s certainly in good hands. However, there’s a lot to the technology found in the Rimac Nevera from different driving modes and adjusting the settings of the powertrain, right through to the Driver Coach and what it can do for you.

It’s full send from the start line with a 60mph burnout, before some huge slides around the first corners of the hillclimb, and then a quick switch to Track mode for the brutal acceleration up the hill from there.

The thumbnail comes with thanks to for capturing the slide at the top of the hill so perfectly!

Thanks for watching, Tim