With so much power, the electric hypercar is claimed to be capable of blasting from 0-60 miles per hour in just 1.85 seconds.
The price for the model that puts the hyper into the electric auto is a cool £2.3m.
Rimac says it has advanced autonomous capability. To put that in perspective, it's more power than a Bugatti Chiron and Civic Type-R combined. The top speed of the Rimac Concept Two stands at 412km/h. Despite the integrated batteries and other touches created to lighten things, it still tips the scales at 1,950 kg (about 4,300 pounds), which is a lot for a supercar.
If you get exhausted of regular cornering, the Concept Two also rocks a full "drifting mode", letting you switch between the axles and enable your inner rally driver.
It's not just about the pure horsepower.
The auto has Level 4 autonomy, so it will basically be able to drive on its own but will still require a driver to be behind the wheel. With the help of 8 cameras, LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging), 6 Radars, 12 ultrasonic sensors for lane assist and automatic braking, the Rimac Concept Two can drive on its own.
That's just the start of the tech craziness. Instead, it uses facial recognition to unlock the doors and to fire the engine.
The Rimac C_Two makes 1887bhp and 2300Nm of torque (Yes, you've read it right!). If it feels you're looking for the "fun" part, the touchscreen will display racing lines you might want to try. "Only the initial idea of an electric supercar was taken from the Concept One", Rimac said. With level 4 ready hardware on-board this is one of the smartest and most connected cars in the world. The price is yet undisclosed but expect a multi-million-dollar price tag.