Rimac Scalatan Vision 2080 Hypercar
Photo credit: Maximilian Schneider
Automotive designer Maximilian Schneider envisions a hypercar unlike any other, and it’s called the Rimac Scalatan vision 2080. Not only is it powered by lithium-oxygen batteries, but it features a 3D-carboprinted chassis made of a titanium-graphite alloy encapsulated by an aerodynamic and ultra-rugged graphene outer shell. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.



The goal is to showcase its organic materials, as the car metaphorically inhales oxygen from the air to start the power-generating reaction with the lithium inside its batteries. Inside, you’ll find a fighter-jet-inspired cockpit right in the middle. In addition to the body, the wheels are also 3D-printed with a titanium alloy, enabling them to change patterns dynamically, depending on the surface you’re traveling on.

Rimac Scalatan Vision 2080 Hypercar
Rimac Scalatan Vision 2080 Hypercar
Rimac Scalatan Vision 2080 Hypercar
Rimac Scalatan Vision 2080 Hypercar
Rimac Scalatan Vision 2080 Hypercar
Rimac Scalatan Vision 2080 Hypercar