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Building an Electric Powerhouse

Rimac Automobili, today known for its electric hypercars and battery and powertrain development, began like so many storied startups do: in a garage. Mate Rimac has taken his company from tiny upstart to a 1,000-person company that has attracted Porsche as an investor and customer. And more is coming. We’ll talk to Mate about building a startup, his views on the EVs, and what is next for the company.

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