On September 1, the team of Tesla-Car-Rent set a new 24-hour world record for electric cars on German Autobahn. Electric cars still have the reputation for many pople that they are not suitable for long distances. It was therefore very important that in an environment that everyone experiences on their holiday trip to the south, to prove that you can travel long distances as fast as with a fuel driven car. The world record vehicle is an unchanged Tesla Model 3 Long Range. The loading park at Rasthof Gotha is one of currently 70 Jonity charging parks in Germany. Ionity is currently operating a new loading park every day, so that it will soon be found every 100km on German Autobahn. 24h trips, such as are made by Porsche with a non-standard Taycan on a closed race track, have no say for the consumer real live experience. A detailed documentation can be found on this page: 24h world record The record was started on August 31, 2019 at Rasthof Gotha at 12:00 on Sunday, September 1, 2019, the team has improved the old record by 35miles/57 km with 1766miles/2842 km. The previous record was 1731miles/2785km and was driven by Jan Sehic on 25th August 2019. He had improved the old record of Bjørn Nyland by 2miles/4km. Charging point was an Ionity charging station where the Model 3 could charge up to 193kW. The track on the A4 was 139.2 km long and was passed through several times. Turning points were the exits in Bucha and Gotha-Boxberg The team of Tesla-Car-Rent consisted of Andreas Haehnel Klaus Fischer Andreas Rieger Andreas Neumann with support from Andreas Fischer. That's what winners look like.