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Rimac Automobili has been described as the world’s first electric supercar for good reasons. In 2011 their Concept_One car became the world’s fastest electric car and was succeeded by their own Concept_S in 2015.
Their cars feature a unique All Wheel Torque Vectoring system that creates a new driving experience by controlling each wheel individually providing unseen flexibility and grip.
Rimac Automobili was founded with the vision to create the sportscar of the 21st century. It was clear to them that they first had to invent various technologies to make this possible and that those technologies could do much more. As the modern automotive experience evolves, Rimac Automobili has been on the forefront of innovation.
Goran Hacek IVI development coordinator
The infotainment system features fast implementation of different graphics, display sizes, integrated internet connectivity for remote diagnostics, software updates, internet media streaming, web browsing and remote control (via smartphone app and web interfaces). With advanced features such as off-line 3D navigation, real-time vehicle telemetry, rear view-camera system the cars are truly top-of-the-line.
Rimac Automobili also does custom designs and engineering and can boast with creating the world’s most expensive car. For a company who does a lot of custom projects and tailors the design getting the product to the customer on time is essential and by utilizing Qt’s massive library class, integrated tooling and boot to Qt with Toradex’s Apalis i.MX6 Computer Module, it makes it simple for Rimac Automobili to create premium 60 fps in-car screens and satisfy the exclusive needs of their clients.