Re-Volt Wiki is a collaborative encyclopedia which has been online since 2006. Our aim is to document and archive everything about this classic racing game. The wiki format allows anyone to create or edit any article, so we can all work together to create a comprehensive Re-Volt database.
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Humma is one of the many selectable standard cars available in Re-Volt. It is a Glow-powered car with a 4WD drivetrain, classified under the Pro rating. Running at 39 mph, Humma possesses well-rounded top speed, being on par with the popular Toyeca. It also boasts the standard weight of 2 kilograms, which is relatively the same as most of the cars in its rating. Its major highlight is the vehicle's acceleration. Clocking in at an exceptional coverage of 3.45 m/s², Humma remains as one of the fastest accelerating cars in the game, only falling behind by the visual counterpart, SNW 35. Its acceleration stat allows Humma to pull ahead of starting grids, which is crucial in avoiding all havoc possible. The high acceleration stat also proves beneficial in climbing steep inclines, losing minimal speed while conquering it with little time possible.
Kiwi made some really cool findings digging on his floppy discs from the late 90's: custom cars created before the official game release (probably for the demos). Check them out!
November 8th, 2019
Kirbyguy released in the RVH forum the Re-Volt N64 Soundtrack MIDIs Ripped and Re-rendered in HQ. More information here.
September 15th, 2019
Route-77 by Javildesign has been finally released! You can find it here (full version in the description). And also, a new version of Fiddlers on the Roof by G_J and I_Spy has been made to pair with the original concept art. Check it out!
July 22nd, 2019
Iron Bob started a project to recreate original Re-volt cars into more Realistic R/C models. Check it out!
July 21st, 2019
Steb posted on RVH a project called "Open-Volt", which according to him is "a framework and a sandbox", that aims to "make modding as easy as possible" and "to allow as much user customization as possible". Click here for more information.