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RIMAC = 21413 = 11 = giữ nguyên
Mate Rimac (Croatian pronunciation: [mǎːte rǐːmats]; born 12 February 1988) is a Croatian innovator, entrepreneur, and founder of the Croatian electric sports car company Rimac Automobili and Greyp Bikes, a high-tech eBike and eBike technology company.
During his high-school years, Rimac won local, national and international competitions for electronics and innovation. At 19 years old, Rimac started to convert an old 1984 BMW 3 Series into an electric car in his garage. The vehicle broke several world records for electric cars. He then went on to create his first all-electric supercar from the ground up, the Concept One, in 2011 at the age of 23.
His company, Rimac Automobili, went from its first employees in 2011 to more than 900 employees in 2020, attracting major investment from Porsche AG, Hyundai-Kia and Camel Group, one of Asia's largest battery manufacturers. In addition to developing and manufacturing their own electric sports cars, Rimac provides electric vehicle technologies and systems for many big names of the auto industry. It is currently publicly known to be working with, or producing components for, Porsche, Hyundai, Kia, Renault, Jaguar, Aston Martin, SEAT, Koenigsegg and Automobili Pininfarina. Rimac's second car, designed, engineered, and built in-house, is the Nevera, with first customer deliveries expected in 2021.
Rimac has previously turned down offers to move his business out of the country, stating that his goal is to bring automotive manufacturers to Croatia. Motor Trend has ranked Rimac ninth on their list of the biggest players in the auto industry, Forbes named Rimac one of the Top 30 Under 30, the 30 best entrepreneurs under the age of 30 of the world, in 2017. Rimac was named the Croatian Entrepreneur of the Year in 2017 by EY Hrvatska (Ernst&Young Croatia).