One-off California edition gets bright blue paint and custom champagne flute holders inside

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 is a new paint colour for Rimac, however, and a new set of wheels also features. 

The C_Two accelerates from 0-60mph in 1.85sec and from 0-100mph in 4.3sec. Its 120kWh battery allows a range of 404 miles on the NEDC cycle, while power output is claimed to be 1888bhp and torque 1696lb ft. A 258mph top speed is also claimed. 

Almost all of the 150-unit 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, although Rimac sales boss Kreso Coric revealed to Autocar that buyers add an average of £450,000 of options to their car. The California buyer's champagne additions will have been part of this.

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20 August 2018

How is this news worth reporting? A one-off of a limited production car that has champagne accessories.

What has champagne got to with cars unless you are promotong drink-driving?

Has Autocar become the mouthpiece of some investment banker magazine? Simultaneously there is the reporting, reporting without questioning or criticism, of the James Bond replica and this irrelevance? 

20 August 2018

So it's like a McDonalds special, only instead of a Coke glass you get a champagne flute, and instead of €8 you pay 1.5M.

 

LOL.

20 August 2018

 Correct me if I’m wrong,but, has anyone independently verified they’re Car performance claims?, they seem in a passenger sense to be totally ridiculous!, and wasn’t it Richard Hammond who about killed himself again driving one?, no if someone who knows how to drive quickly can chuck it off the Road, what chance Bobby billionaire got?

21 August 2018

You know, i'm starting to have the feeling that this Lindy fellow may be a spambot.

21 August 2018
But wouldn't this feature make more sense in a limousine?

21 August 2018

Who drives around with two 6-litre bottles of champagne in the back of their car? That’s the equivalent of 8 regular sized bottles, and only 2 champagne flutes to go with it?! That’s getting deathly drunk before you can take the wheel. Not only that, who would in their right mind put a good bottle of champagne under the sun behind the back glass not to mention all the movement and vibration from driving very fast (or driving at all). Granted that compartment may be refrigerated (or maybe not), but that’s no way to treat a bottle of bubbly!  Hope that back glass is shatter-proof as those corks would be dangerous projectiles for drivers behind if those bottles accidentally popped if shakened hard enough!

What a crass display of weath and excess!

Is that 0-60 times substantiated? Tesla claims their upcoming Roadster will be the world’s fastest car at 1.9 seconds.

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