Many carmakers are producing different types of electric vehicles, to achieve certain degrees of environmental friendliness, to make the best alternative vehicle for the upcoming years. Is the electric car is a practical, effective, and a cost reasonable car, for it to replace the gasoline engine? Absolutely. The electric car, whether it is hybrid, all-electric or hydrogen, it has a bright future with the myriad of environmental problems we face today. The hybrid still maintains dependence on gasoline.
The hybrids run and power the features with a gasoline and electric power source. Now that the basic types of engines have been established, we can continue our original debate. The previous paragraph, had mentioned that the electric cars would be a good idea for environmentalist for it not e... ... middle of paper ... ... and they outweigh the one ideal the other motor had. Before giving the last good byes to the electric motor there was a problem. This problem was the electric motor itself costing more money to manufacturer without even cutting corners.
The electric car seems to be the best candidate as a replacement for the moment, but many people are still weary about completely discarding the trusty internal combustion engine for an invention barely as old as the people who will buy them. The electric fuel is promising, but it has not been around long enough to undergo the test of time needed for mass acceptance. Here the more direct question arises: is the electric car the solution to a more economically responsible car? Being a member of the future generation of innovators and leaders, I feel that this research combined with my fascination of automobiles could lead to a clearer understanding of how I can help improve the automobile. In a world that is highly connected by roads, if the problem of using petroleum-based fuels is not solved, the entire gas-guzzling world could come to a standstill.
Thanks to the evolution of technology, cars today have become very efficient and practical vehicles. But as we all know, cars run on petrol, and not only is it bad for the environment, but (EROSKI CONSUMER, 2014) estimated that we’ll run out of petrol in the whole world (if we continue consuming petrol like this) around the year 2043. In the last decade most carmakers have been researching for alternative ways to power the cars like biodiesel, air, natural gas and hydrogen. But it has been the Electric Vehicles (EV) what carmakers have been emphasizing. These vehicles are powered by batteries to run an electric motor that generates the force to move the car.
Topic: Electric Cars Opinion: In my opinion, should there be subsidies and incentives for manufacturing electric cars for the consumers. Methods: What would be the subsidies and why? Thesis Statement: Saving the health of individuals by the manufacturing of electric cars. Electric vehicles have positive outcomes for the environment as an alternative means of transportation and pollution free. The manufacturing of electric cars has put pressure to change how we make cars.
In 1900 Ferdinand Porsche debuted there fully electric car and later added a gasoline engine to recharge the battery. This is the first car to have a battery and an engine together. Hybrid cars were not an interest at first. Sixty years after the hybrid car that Ferdinand Porsche created, In this 60 year period, the united states was newly industrialized; rapidly expanding national highway system and lots of cheap gasoline kept hybrid vehicles off the market. The first concerns about auto emissions reestablished interest in electric vehicles.
“What we need to do is really improve energy efficiency standards, develop in full scale renewable and alternative energy and use the one resource we have in abundance, our creativity.” (Lois Capps) There are many ways we can utilize our abundance of creativity. Some have yet to be discovered, but some are being sought out today. One of these is the rise of the electric car. Despite a rough start competing with petroleum cars, electric cars will see a spark in popularity in the automotive market within the next few years with new models being developed and more charge stations being installed world wide. With more efficient ways of harvesting energy, the electric car will see more practical use and make its way into the lives of the average
It shows how as Tesla continues to innovate, it’s leading the auto industry, and it’s far ahead of competitors when it comes to developing electric car battery technology,” (Fehrenbacher). Tesla has improved on its battery chemistry to further the range of their cars, and even increase acceleration. The new battery will be introduced into the Model X, their SUV, and the Model S, their sedan and will keep the electric range of those vehicles much higher than the competition. The other benefit of electric vehicles is the immediate availability of power and torque. Tesla has taken advantage of this physics phenomenon and stored 792 pound feet of torque in their sportiest model, the Tesla Model S P100D.
The primary goal of the hybrid vehicle is to cut down on global-warming. The only way in which we can effectively reduce green house gas emissions is by burning less fossi... ... middle of paper ... ...eir combustion counterparts. However, this will change once they become popular and, in actuality, the additional cost up front can quickly pay for itself with increased fuel savings. There is also the question of all these batteries. If the nickel metal hydride batteries aren?t disposed of properly, there could be environmental side effects.
When a person sees a modern muscle car, like the 2012 Camaro for example, does he ever wonder about how that design came about? What about when and why? Has he ever thought about how those cars have changed our world today? Or what about what makes a muscle car a muscle car as opposed to a sports car or some other car? Historical events and societal changes have influenced the production of muscle cars, and in turn they have changed the car industry by researching and developing speed technology, making it more economic for everyone and making racing more interesting.