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VIDEO: Rimac's C_Two Featured in Popular Computer Game!

One of Croatia's most inspiring success stories is that of Mate Rimac, by far. 

Rimac, an unassuming man in his thirties from Livno, Bosnia and Herzegovina, appears to have done what little to no other people manage to do in Croatia, and his progressive way of thinking as a daring and innovative entrepreneur has seen his company reach heights of success that not even he could have imagined in his wildest dreams when first starting out.

The Rimac Concept_One was once proclaimed the world's fastest electric car, and what is most surprising of all, as that these truly incredible electric vehicles are designed, built and finished right here in Croatia, more precisely in a factory located in Sveta Nedjelja near Zagreb.

Recently, Rimac attracted the attention of British YouTuber Shmee150 who went to the factory and was given an extensive tour around the premises by no less than Mate Rimac himself, who guided the YouTuber around, detailing each and every process that goes into the design and creation of these Croatian cars in perfect English. Shmee150, who is followed by a large number of car fanatics, was visibly shocked by what he had seen at the factory, as well as by Rimac's seemingly endless knowledge about what takes place there.

Following that visit, Mate Rimac began to upload his own YouTube videos in a series, you can watch them in order by clicking here, here, and here.

Rimac's Concept_Two has now appeared in a popular computer game, offering yet more publicity to the man and his company who refused to let the draconian policies of the Croatian state get him down and proved that one can absolutely succeed in Croatia.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes on the 21st of June, 2019, Forza Horizon 4, an extremely popular computer game, has featured no less than Rimac's Concept_Two.

"With 1914 hp, C_Two is the most powerful hyper-car in the world. Its amazing performance allows acceleration from 0-60 miles per hour in 1.85 seconds, 0-186 miles per hour in 11.8 seconds or 0-100 kilometres per hour in 1.97 seconds. Now this experience has been enabled in the virtual world. Racing simulations are more than a game, here, reality and the virtual world become one.''

Watch a clip of Rimac's C_Two featured in the popular game here:

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