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This Electric Car will Cost You $980,000

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In the market for a new electric car? Wondering how you can blow $1M in the process?

The Verge is reporting that Croatian firm Rimac Automobili has announced plans to put into production their all-electric supercar “Concept_One.” It will come with a eye-widening sticker price of $980,000. For the same amount, you could purchase 9 all-electric $100K Fisker Karmas and still have cash leftover to install a solar array, throw a party for everyone you know, and go on vacation for a month in the Seychelles.

“With a battery capacity of 92 kWh, this supercar delivers 1088 hp which can take you to 62 mph in 2.8 seconds, with a top speed of 190 mph,” reports Mashable. “As far as autonomy goes, Rimac claims the Concept_One can travel a solid 372 miles on a single charge.”

Even in an economic downturn, there’s still lots of disposable income out there. The company estimates they will sell at least 88 of the vehicles. Damn.

Check out a video on the Concept_One below.

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