GUINNESS WORLD RECORD for Largest Parade of Electric Vehicles


Largest Parade of Electric Vehicles

From Cupertino, CA, USA in Silicon Valley, the Electric Auto Association of Silicon Valley, SF BayLEAFs, and SAP  now hold the record for the Largest Parade of Electric Vehicles at 507. We would like to thank Geoff Ryder and SAP for offering the opportunity to set the new World Record.  Without the great number of participants that signed up and came for this event, there would have been no event.  Thank you all for coming and driving Silicon Valley to the new World Record.


Over 9,000,000 electric miles driven Over 1500 people registered for the parade Over 500 vehicles in the parade Over 300 EV Test Rides via Experience Electric More than 30 different EV models

Unique Vehicles in the Parade:

AC Propulsion T-Zero AC Propulsion e-Box Kia Soul EV Solectria Force Vetrix Motorbike


A Big Thank You to our Gold Sponsors SAP, PG&E, Schneider, Bay Area Air Quality Management District, Nissan, DriveNow, ChargePoint,  Green Team & Breathe California, E-Mobility Coast to Coast (Dutch Consulate). Thank you to our Silver level sponsors AAA, NRG/ eVgo, Recarge/ PlugShare, Volta Charging Thanks all our other vendors ELV Motors, FAQWare, Moonra e-Bikes, Silicon Segway, Aerovironment, Darfon, Lightning Motorcycles & Kranked Bikes, Electric Motor Werks, Patterson Hotel Associates, and AutoTechCouncil

Special Thanks to Hardworking Individuals

Wes Lambert - Current President EAASV Maddi Hausmann - Treasurer EAASV & SF BayLEAFs Kent Okasaki - Vice President EAASV Marina Cerin-Stith - Director of SF BayLEAFs Paul Stith - Former Vice President EAASV Jerry Pohorsky - Former President EAASV Geoff Ryrder - EV Program Manager, SAP

Thanks to All Our Volunteers

Mike Thompson, Michael Mora, Kim Kinoshita, T.Kim Parnell, Indradeep Ghosh, Doug Brentlinger, Ben White, Susan Parks, Arnold de Leon, Geoffrey Wong, Suzanne Grisham, Michael Menendez, Peter Graf, Jennifer Miller and everyone else who worked to make this event a success.
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