Rimac, the maker of electric hypercars, kicked off the groundwork several months ago in Zagreb, Croatia, from its new, state-of-the-art world headquarters. Here are the first images of the 200 million euro site.
Serving as international R&D and production base at the company, the new state-of-the-art complex will allow Rimac to move from prototypes and smaller projects to mass production of its systems electric transmission and of drums.
An ultra-complete site
the Campus will also serve as a production base for all future Rimac modelsincluding the new Nevera, on a constructed area of 100,000 m2 and a site of 200,000 m2. There will also be incorporated a test track, a museum, design, engineering, production and testing facilities, all harmonized by the Croatian cabinet 3LHD.
“Since I founded the company, creating the best possible working environment has been essential for me”, declared Mate Rimac.“It’s more natural to create great products when you’re in the right environment. With the Campus, we want to do just that – create the best environment for work and creativity, but not just for our employees. It is a place where customers, students and the general public are welcome and invited to mingle with our employees. We also take great care to integrate the installation into nature and its environment and to be carbon neutral.
See you in 2023
“Croatia will always be our country and starting to lay the foundations for our new base is an important step, as we are building something that allows us to best reflect our brand, our ambitions and to be a springboard for growth during of the next decade and beyond ”, he continues. “Strengthening our position as a hypercar builder, we look forward to moving into our home for the long term. «
The site has also been designed in such a way that it can be enlarged over time, while integrating perfectly with its natural environment. In the long run, it will welcome over 2,500 employees. Expected completion in 2023.
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