Rimac’s all-electric hypercar, the Nevera, has achieved a new world record by accelerating from 0 to 249 mph (0-400 km/h) and back to a standstill in just 29.93 seconds. The vehicle, known for its speed and sustainability, also broke 22 other acceleration and braking records during a test run at Germany’s Automotive Testing Papenburg facility. This feat establishes the Nevera as a groundbreaking achievement in automotive excellence, surpassing benchmarks for acceleration, aerodynamics, top speed, and stopping power.
The hypercar set a total of 23 independently verified speed records in a single day, demonstrating its reliability and exceptional performance. Notable records include a 0-60 mph (0-96.7 km/h) sprint in 1.74 seconds and a 0-248 mph (0-400 km/h) time of 21.32 seconds. The records were verified by various measuring equipment and independent firms, confirming the car’s exceptional capabilities.