Electric Cars

Electric cars:
Electric cars are something in the news all the time. There are several reasons for the continuing interest in these vehicles:

Electric cars create less pollution: Electric cars create less pollution than gasoline-powered cars, so they are an environmentally friendly alternative to gasoline-powered vehicles (especially in cities). Any news story about hybrid cars usually talks about electric cars as well.

Electric Motor: Vehicles powered by fuel cells are electric cars, and fuel cells are getting a lot of attention right now in the news. An electric car is a car powered by an electric motor rather than a gasoline engine.

Lot of Differences: In most cases, electric cars are created by converting a gasoline-powered car, and in that case it is impossible to tell. There are a lot of differences between gasoline and electric cars:

• The gasoline engine is replaced by an electric motor.
• The electric motor gets its power from a controller.
• The controller gets its power from an array of rechargeable batteries.

A Gasoline Engine: A gasoline engine, with its fuel lines, exhaust pipes, coolant hoses and intake manifold, tends to look like a plumbing project. An electric car is definitely a wiring project.

How Electric Cars Work: In order to get a feeling for how electric cars work in general, let us start by looking at a typical electric car to see how it comes together.

Manufacturers are there: So many manufacturers are there for making electric cars. In Future Cars are Electric Cars only, because petrol scarcity is increasing day to day. So this is the substitute for the same.

Wishing you all the best,