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Guiness book of records – Longest journey with electric car

Longest journey by solar electric vehicle | Guinness World Records

The longest journey by solar electric vehicle is 29,753 km (18,487 miles) and was achieved by the Solar Car Project Hochschule Bochum (Germany) who travelled around the world departing Adelaide, Australia on 26 October 2011 and finishing in Mount Barker, Australia on 15 December 2012. The team spent a total of 168 days driving and 8 days solely recharging the vehicle. The other days were spent exhibiting the Solar Car at a variety of locations, events and universities as well as being transported between continents.


Shortest charging time to cross the United States in an electric vehicle

Shortest charging time to cross the United States in an electric vehicle | Guinness World Records. The least non-driving time to cross the United States in an electric vehicle is 12 hr 48 min 19 sec, achieved by Rodney Hawk, Deena Mastracci and Carl Reese (all USA) in a Tesla Model S P85D electric vehicle that arrived in New York, NY, USA, on 19 April 2015. The record-breaking trio drove from Los Angeles to New York City.


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Fastest cirumnavigation by bike by a woman

Record holder profile: Juliana Buhring – fastest circumnavigation by bicycle | Guinness World Records In December 2012, Juliana Buhring set a new world record for the fastest circumnavigation of the world on a bicycle by a female.

Under the rules of the record a rider must travel the same distance as the circumference of the Earth – 24,900 miles – in one direction, starting and finishing in the same place. Travel by sea and air is allowed, but at least 18,000 miles of the route must be cycled.

Fastest circumnavigation of the globe by sail

Ellen MacArthur became the fastest woman to ever circumnavigate the globe in a time of 94 days 4 hr 5 min 40 sec. She covered a distance of 38,600 km. (24,000 miles) in her yacht Kingfisher and, at the age of just 24, also became the youngest competitor to ever complete the voyage