Croatian electric hypercar maker Rimac is set to introduce a second model next month. The car, which is currently running under a ‘Concept Two‘ working title, will likely feature Level Four autonomous driving capabilities where legal, according to Autocar.

The ‘Concept Two’ will be faster, larger and more luxurious, and is set to improve on the 1,088 hp and 1,600 Nm Concept One’s 0-100 km/h in 2.5 seconds, 200 km/h in 6.2 seconds and 355 km/h top speed figures.

The next addition to Rimac’s line-up will also gain a 120 kWh battery, and the website’s sources said that targets for the upcoming Rimac changed when the second-generation Tesla Roadster and its claimed figures were announced.

The ‘Concept Two’, which will debut with a new name, has been confirmed to make its public unveiling at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show next month, and the Croatian hypercar maker said the upcoming model will be priced higher than the Concept One, which goes for a million British pounds sterling (RM5.45 million).

The follow-up to the Concept One will also boast of an improved range, and a track-focused version – along with an open-top – is due to arrive within two years, Rimac said. The company has described the upcoming model as “a true game-changer,” but it remains to be seen how it will fare against the new Tesla Roadster and the Nio EP9, which claims the fastest lap time around the Nurburgring Nordschleife for an EV and road-legal car.

GALLERY: Rimac Concept One