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The founder of Rimac Automobili ordered a Rimac Nevera, which was built on a first-come, first-served basis. Rimac’s car differs from other hypercars only in the special decor of the body and interior, and technically Nevera Mate does not have any special features. But in the decor you can find several unusual elements that indicate the tastes of Mate Rimac. The body is made of dark red carbon fiber, which is complemented by unpainted carbon fiber elements.

The rear-view mirror housings are decorated with the image of the Croatian national flag, and the bright red Nevera lettering focuses attention on the model. The interior is trimmed in black and red leather and Alcantara. The driver’s seat is finished in black, while the passenger seat is finished in red – the seats feature “M8” and “K8” emblems on the headrests, representing the initials of Mate and his wife Kate (Katharina).

On the front panel on the driver’s side is embroidered in red thread the profile of a woman’s head, which is known as Solinjanka, the girl from Salona – this is one of the most valuable monuments of Roman art in Croatia. The early 2nd century life-size marble sculpture was found in ancient Salona and is today housed in the Zagreb Archaeological Museum.

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The bust is believed to depict the young Fulvia Plaucilla, wife of the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius Severus Antoninus Augustus, known as Caracalla. Production of the Rimac Nevera is limited to 150 units with a starting price of approximately $2.5 million. Interestingly, Mate Rimac received his hypercar almost a year and a half after the Formula 1 champion German Nico Rosberg was given the first production copy of the model.

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