rimac C_two california edition's blue paint signifies its electricity

rimac C_two california edition's blue paint signifies its electricity

rimac brings the party to monterey car week’ with the rimac c_two california edition. the electric hypercar first debuted in march 2018, showcasing to the world a faster, more powerful option than their concept one. now however, the car design has been specially tailored to match the vibrancy of monterey car week, which includes the concours d’elegance at pebble beach and the quail – a motorsport gathering.

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before its official debut at the quail event, the rimac c_two california edition was shown at the petersen automotive museum in los angeles. included in the edited design are new trims, wheels and a captivating blue-colored paint job, which highlights its electrification. furthermore, the hypercar features a new luxurious trunk, one that can even comfortably fit two 6-liter champagne bottles and crystal flutes – surely something that will be tested during the californian classic car shows.





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