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The Rimac Nevera just aced the Nürburgring Nordschleife, leaving a trail of shocked electrons in its wake. This Croatian marvel obliterated the track in a blistering 7 minutes and 05.298 seconds, showing the Tesla Model S Plaid a clean pair of, well, electrons, beating it by a solid 20 seconds.

Beneath the Nevera’s sleek exterior, there’s a quartet of electric muscle makers churning out an eye-popping 1887 bhp and 327.52 kgm of torque. Translation: this thing takes off faster than a caffeinated cheetah on roller skates, hitting 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in an absurd 1.81 seconds, and it tops out at 412 kph – a speed that’d make even Usain Bolt jealous.

This electric beast isn’t just about raw power; it’s got moves too. Credit its carbon fiber monocoque chassis, fancy aerodynamics that could make aeronautical engineers jealous, and a suspension setup that turns potholes into poetry. It’s got more tricks up its sleeve than a magician at a tech conference.

Don’t let its performance fool you – it’s not just a drag strip superstar. This bad boy can go the distance, with a battery that grants it a range of up to 490 km. That’s more than enough to outrun your average zombie apocalypse.

Now, don’t think it’s the only electric kid on the block breaking records. The Porsche Taycan Turbo S and the Tesla Model S Plaid did their rounds before, but Nevera just raised the bar to an electrifying new height.

Oh, and about that Rs 19.4 Crore price tag? You could buy a small island or a solid gold jet ski, but instead, you’d get an exclusive ticket to the Nevera party – a party where acceleration defies physics and speed is the guest of honor. It’s not just a car; it’s a membership to the “Warp Speed Enthusiasts Club”.

In a world where electric cars are proving they’re not just for tree huggers, the Rimac Nevera stands tall, setting a record that’ll make even traditional gasoline cars blush. And as more electric speed demons hit the market, the Nevera’s reign might face some jolts, but for now, it’s the electric monarch of the Nürburgring.