Although the actual Genesis GT90 is yet to be released, we can get a taste of what it will be like by taking the RM20e out for a spin!
Check out the sound of the RM20e!
The RM20e will serve as a basis for the upcoming Genesis GT90 supercar and is largely based on the Rimac Nevera 2000 hp hypercar, but with only the rear motors to arrive at around 800 hp, which is still plenty fast with 0-60 mph time in the 2-second range!
RM20e is powered by 2 motors supplied by RIMAC, one for each of the rear wheels.
To recreate the sound of the 70s and 80s V8s, a sound synthesizer is used not only for the interior but the entire car itself!
In addition to separate coolant for motors and an inverter, a specific type of fluorinated fluid called Galden is used to cool the inside of the battery pack.
Don't think that a radiator is not needed in an EV. The temperature of the battery can get extremely not especially in a high-performance EV. This specific radiator is to cool the coolant (Galden) for the battery.
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