The electric car is one of the technological wonders that the century has produced. It has challenged the way we view cars and has been able to apply common technology to give owners a new way of driving and owning a vehicle. For a long time, man has relied on the internal combustion engine for all his automobile needs. This primarily gasoline-powered engine has dominated the automotive world until recently.
In these few years, the trend has started to change. Now, people are looking for electric cars. The reason is simple: they want a cheaper way to drive. No more expensive gasoline. Some also want a cleaner car, one that produces less smoke.
The electric car has all the parts of a normal gasoline car, except for one thing: it has no internal combustion engine. This means that there is no gasoline. Instead of a gasoline engine, it has an engine that drives it to move. This motor is powered by battery assets. The batteries are powered and arranged in a row and then their powers combine to produce enough current for the car to move. As the car moves, the power increases. The batteries can be recharged after the car has traveled a few kilometers.
Unlike conventional vehicles, the battery will not have to be recharged as often. The car may need up to 1,200 miles before it needs a recharge. For city driving, this can be around a week or two.
Today, electric cars can do around 90 miles per hour; making them comparable to any midsize sedan you can find. Over time, this speed will increase and the batteries will have a longer life.