Spending over $2 million on a car lets you experience a number of benefits that you wouldn’t get when you buy even a six-figure car, not the least of which is an entire press release dedicated to the car you purchased. Manhattan Motorcars announced that it will be around for the new owner long after they drive away. Perks include special events, customized service appointments, and working with Rimac itself over the delivery process of the car.
The specific Nevera that made its way to the Land of the Free and Home of the Brave was painted in Rimac’s Gunpowder Gray for the bodywork and wheels and blacked out everywhere else. The gray tones are subtle enough, but good luck staying out of the spotlight in a car that’s faster than a Bugatti Veyron and costs more than some entire neighborhoods. Only 150 Neveras ever leaving the factory makes the U.S. model ever so slightly more exclusive than it already was.