The Rimac Nevera is a $2.4 million electric hypercar with 1,914 horsepower and a predicted zero to 60 mph sprint time (1.8 seconds) that would make it the fastest production car in history. Set for delivery this year, just 150 of them will be made.
Naturally, you don’t trust just anybody to move the thing. You get Robin Grove to do it. The chief executive officer of Classic Automotive Relocation Services (CARS), Grove transports many of the blue-chip vehicles—old and new—that descend on the world’s most prestigious car shows and auctions, like the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance every August in Carmel, Calif.
Bugatti, Koenigsegg, McLaren, and Pagani trust her with their multimillion-dollar wares; so do RM Sotheby’s and European banking billionaires. Wherever there’s an old Ferrari being ogled by a stilettoed lady on a misty, verdant fairway, there’s a good chance Grove got it there. “We are like travel agents and lawyers for cargo,” she says.
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