Chances are you've heard of Richard Hammond's huge wreck behind the wheel of a Rimac Concept_One while filming the second season of The Grand Tour. Well, Rimac just revealed its newest car, the C_Two, at the Geneva Motor Show, and it has a clever easter egg aimed right at Hammond and his horrifying crash.
If you take a close look at the rear of the C_Two, you'll see underneath the rear window glass is a center-mounted fire extinguisher, held down by a leather strap. On that leather strap, the words "In case of hillclimb, extinguish fire" are printed. It's a jab at Hammond, who rolled the one-of-eight electric hypercar down a hill, setting it ablaze.
asked Hammond's opinion on the matter, and he seemed happy about the news. “I’m delighted. I’ve always wanted to have a real influence in car design," he said. "And now I have.”