The Opel RAK2 is a rocket-powered vehicle from the German carmaker Opel, and was used for test drives on the BerlinAVUS in 1928. "Rocket Fritz" Fritz von Opel drove the car and succeeded with the vehicle on 23rd May 1928 with 238 km/h. He managed to set a new world speed record with the RAK2.
The test vehicle was powered by 24 solid-fuel rockets, which were mounted in the rear, and included 120 kilos of propellant. The chassis was formed by an Opel passenger car named model 80, large lateral stabilisation wing ensured sufficient downforce.