Rimac makes its new electric supercar 'Hammond-proof' after presenter's accident

Croatian manufacturer Rimac used the Geneva Motor Show to debut its new all-electric C_Two hypercar, a successor to the incredible Concept_One. The latter car shot to fame after former Top Gear and current Grand Tour presenter Richard Hammond crashed it during a hillclimb event – but Rimac's not taking any chances with the new model.

In a cheeky nod to the presenter's fiery accident, the firm has added a new feature to the C_Two – a fire extinguisher in between the front seats. It's held in place by a leather strap bearing the legend 'in case of hill climb, extinguish fire'.