Hold the Hammond jokes for now – Croatian electric hypercar maker Rimac has a new model set for arrival at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. The ‘Concept Two’ – just a name in progress, according to Rimac chief operating officer Monika Mikac, will be a slightly larger and more luxurious affair than the Concept One, according to Autocar UK.

The new model is set to offer ‘comfortable luxury’, according to Mikac, but will still offer even greater performance than the Concept One’s; remarkable considering that car does 0-100 km/h in 2.5 seconds, 200 km/h in 6.2 seconds and a 355 km/h top speed. The Concept One’s four permanent magnet electric motors deliver a total system output of 1,088 hp and 1,600 Nm of torque.

The Concept Two will remain “in a league with Pagani, Koenigsegg and Bugatti,” and will be priced above the one million pound (RM5,550,978) Concept One. The uprated electric drivetrain will also provide range greater than the Concept One’s 328 km, although performance figures for the Concept Two have yet to be released. A track version and an open-top will arrive in the two years, says Rimac.

Contrasting the Concept Two’s more luxury-oriented approach is the Concept S, which employs a more track-focused slant with more aggressive aerodynamic elements and different forms of carbon-fibre for a 7% weight reduction from the Concept One, along with fixed-back bucket seats and four-point harnesses. Luxury or focused performance; which will be your high-end EV pick?

GALLERY: Rimac Concept One