Designed by Adriano Mudri, the Croatian supercar features a carbon fiber body, four electric motors and a 92 kWh battery pack.

After a fruitful teaser campaign, Rimac has officially unveiled the Concept_One.

Designed by Adriano Mudri, the Croatian supercar features a lightweight carbon fiber body, LED headlights, carbon-ceramic brakes and all-wheel drive.

To create a luxurious interior, Rimac enlisted Vilner and a group of former Pininfarina employees. The end result is pretty impressive as the cabin is elegantly appointed with premium leather, carbon fiber trim, a digital instrument cluster and an advanced infotainment system.

A 92 kWh battery pack powers four electric motors that develop a combined output of 1088 PS (800 kW / 1074 hp) and 3800 Nm (2802 lb-ft) of torque. This enables the 1650 kg (3638 lb) coupe to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 2.8 seconds, hit a top speed of 305 km/h (190 mph) and travel approximately 600 km (373 miles) on a single charge.

There's no word on pricing, but production will be limited to 88 units and deliveries are scheduled for 2013.

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