Rimac's new electric hypercar is powered by four electric motors.
Each front wheel is driven by its own motor, providing power to it through a single-speed gearbox.
Each back wheel is driven by its own motor through a two-speed gearbox.
Rimac says the drivetrain is good for 1,914 horsepower.
Butterfly doors look stylish and provide a large opening for passengers to get in and out of the C Two.
Rimac says the car can complete two laps of the Nurburgring with only a small drop-off in performance.
According to Rimac, the C Two features a driving range of more than 400 miles on a single charge.
The torque vectoring all-wheel-drive system in the C Two is so capable that traditional stability and traction control programming isn't necessary.
Level 4 autonomous car capabilities are present thanks to the help of eight cameras, a lidar sensor, six radar sensors and 12 ultrasonic sensors.
Rimac plans to produce just 150 C Twos. Pricing hasn't been announced.