"Most Cars Pulled by One Man" Record Set by World's Strongest Man


Pulling 12 Nissan Notes tied together is child’s play for greatest strongman of all time.

He had just one attempt to set the world record for “Most Cars Pulled by One Man.” But as a five-time World Strongest Man champion and widely recognized as the greatest strongman of all time, Lithuanian Zydrunas Savickas was never going to need a second chance. Wearing a specialized pulling harness and rope attachment, the 1.91 m, 170 kg brute pulled 12 Nissan Notes weighing a combined 12,941 kg a distance of five meters in 32.9 seconds.

Guinness was on hand to proclaim the strongman “officially amazing,” while Nissan clearly enjoyed the publicity the recently revealed Note received.

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