Start those patriotic cheers, because the U.S. can now claim the record for most electric cars in one place.
A judge from the Guinness Book of World Records certified on Saturday that 507 electric cars were gathered at an event in Cupertino, California, beating the total set at an event in Germany earlier this year. Only battery-electric cars were counted toward the total. While there were many plug-in hybrids on hand, the record only applies to vehicles that use electricity as their sole source of energy. Even electric bikes were left out of the tally, because they have a secondary source of power in the form of pedals. There was still a wide variety of vehicles present, including examples of the Nissan Leaf, Tesla Model S, Toyota RAV4 EV, and Kia Soul EV. — Full Story at Green Car Reports —