Rimac Nevera broke the world record in reverse gear!
Nevera, the new model of Croatia-based high-performance electric car manufacturer Rimac, broke the Guinness World Record for the incredible speed it reached in reverse gear. Nevera achieved a first in this field by reaching a speed of 275,74 km/h in reverse gear.
Nevera shows the power of electric cars
Nevera is a monster that works with four electric motors and produces a total of 1914 horsepower and 2360 Nm of torque. Nevera, named after the severe storms that occur off the coast of Croatia, shows how powerful electric cars can be. Nevera can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 1,85 seconds, and from 0 to 300 km/h in just 9,3 seconds. The vehicle can reach a maximum speed of 412 km/h and offers a range of nearly 120 kilometers thanks to its 550 kWh battery pack.
Nevera broke 23 speed records in one day
Before breaking the world record in reverse gear, Nevera had made a name for itself by breaking 23 different speed records in one day. These records were verified by RaceLogic and Dewesoft at the Testing Papenburg (ATP) facility in Germany. With these records, Nevera proved that electric cars are unrivaled in terms of performance and speed.
Mate Rimac, founder and CEO of Rimac, shared the moment when Nevera broke the world record in reverse gear on his social media account. Rimac said, “Nevera broke the Guinness World Record by reaching a speed of 275,74 km/h in reverse gear. “This is a fun way to show what electric cars can do,” he said.