Wind tunnels are a great way to refine your aerodynamics, so why not add a few more variables while you're in there? The upcoming Rimac C-Two endures extreme weather testing because they want to give the world an incredible electric hypercar. To do so, their test chamber combines wind with humidity and temperature to simulate harsh conditions. Extended runs from -4 to 118 degrees allow the engineers to test every system and component to its limit. Porsche recently upped their ownership to 24% with a healthy investment. This will undoubtedly allow Mate Rimac and his team to deliver an amazing finished product. Tell us your bad weather supercar stories in the comments below and stay with us for all your Rimac updates.

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