Episode 04

Nevera reverses into the record books

This year, the Rimac Nevera broke every speed record imaginable. So there was only one direction left to go. Backwards – and faster than anything that has gone before. The Nevera is now the official Guinness World Records™ title holder for the fastest speed driven in reverse. A staggering 275.74 km/h (171.34 mph), achieved at the ATP Automotive Testing facility in Papenburg, Germany, on 7 October 2023. Sometimes to move forwards, we have to go backwards.
Fastest speed driving in reverse
Rimac Nevera: WLTP: electricity consumption, combined 30.0 KWh/100km; CO2 emissions: combined in g/km: 0
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