Design DNA

Founded on the philosophy that form follows function, Nevera shuns excess for lean engineering, letting the performance figures speak for themselves. Sporting Rimac's signature 'necktie' design, sculpted into the flanks, the Croatian symbol is not only a visual design cue but a key component of the Nevera's aerodynamic profile. Shaped by airflow, Nevera's form is dictated by high-performance function.

Seamless line

Nevera's balanced proportions challenge existing hypercar design, referencing its unique motor distribution, while the roofline joins the two, peaking precisely between both axis. Wrapped around the car is one crisp, seamless line that unites all surfaces.

Inspiration: Necktie

Since the 17th Century, the necktie has been a symbol of Croatian strength and identity. First featured on the Concept_One hypercar, the tie now incorporated on the flanks of Nevera is a signature characteristic of Rimac design. A nod to the past, with eyes on the future.


Four surface and underbody active aerodynamic components work in harmony to manipulate airflow giving Nevera unmatched aero performance and enhanced efficiency.

Active bonnet

Nevera’s front bonnet flap in the front middle channel, bypasses the air to reduce drag and downforce in range mode.

Range mode low-drag

In Range mode, Nevera minimises drag to maximise range by closing underbody and bonnet vents, while retracting the rear wing for a more streamlined profile.

Track mode high-downforce

On the track, the need for maximum downforce and enhanced handling raises the rear wing and opens outlets to increase airflow and cooling.

High Speed (DRS)

Capable of 412 km/h, Nevera retracts its wing to reduce drag during straight-line acceleration and opens underbody vents to increase efficiency.

Front splitter

Adapting according to the selected drive mode, Nevera’s front splitter reduces drag in range mode but increases downforce in high-performance modes, while controlling the cooling of the internal components.

Air brake

Nevera's air brake is deployed in under 0.2 seconds, maximising drag to slow the car and increase stability, while channeling air to cool the braking components.

Rear wing

Acting as both a stability aid at high speeds and a powerful air brake, the rear wing adjusts according to the need. Switching from high downforce to full brake in under 0.2 seconds, Nevera’s air brake reduces the 330-0 km/h braking distance by 50 meters.

Rear flap

Nevera’s fully flat floor works with active flaps in the rear valance to manipulate the airflow under the car, aiding efficiency, while channeling cool air to the battery, cooling systems, and brakes.


Designed for both sport and comfort, Nevera’s minimalist cockpit is clearly divided into two zones. The top is optimized entirely for driving pleasure and performance, while the lower half houses the infotainment system, comfort controls, and driving data.

Spacious cockpit

With space for two occupants in full race regalia and their luggage, Nevera is as much a capable grand tourer as it is a performance hypercar. Digital screens soak up needless toggles and switches, leaving only essential tactile controls, giving more space to enjoy Nevera's meticulously designed interior.

Clean and clear

Sporting a mix of tactile buttons and digital screens, two crafted dials sit in the center of Nevera’s interior, integrating the air vents while providing a way to calibrate the car.


150 cars, each as unique as their owners. No Nevera is made the same.

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Rimac Nevera, WLTP: electricity consumption, combined: 30.0 KWh/100km; CO2 emissions, combined: 0 g/km