Rimac has revealed a one-off C_Two customer car ahead of its debut at Pebble Beach later this week. The C_Two California gets bright blue paint on the outside, plus holders for two six-litre bottles of champagne and two champagne flutes inside.
Mechanically, it’s unchanged over the regular C_Two. The blue paint scheme is new for the Rimac and car also gets a new set of wheels. The C_Two accelerates from 0-96kph in 1.85sec and from 0-160kph in 4.3sec. Its 120kWh battery allows a range of 650km on the NEDC cycle, while power output is claimed to be 1914hp and torque 2300Nm. A 415kph top speed is also claimed.
Almost all 150 units in its production run sold out in the three weeks after the car’s official debut at the Geneva motor show earlier this year. Each car costs around £1.5 million (about Rs 13.5 crore), although Rimac sales boss Kreso Coric revealed to Autocar that buyers add an average of £450,000 (Rs 4.06 crore) of options to their car. The California buyer's champagne additions will have been a part of this.