If you want to understand how new energy vehicles work and the difference between hybrid and pure electric vehicles, read on.
How does the new energy vehicle engine work?
Electric vehicles function by plugging into a charging point and drawing power from the grid. They store electricity in rechargeable batteries that power electric motors that turn the wheels. Electric cars accelerate faster than cars with conventional combustion engines, so they feel lighter to drive.
How does charging work?
You can charge your EV by plugging it into a public charging station or home charger. There are plenty of charging stations all over the place to keep you fully charged while you're out and about. But to get the best home charging deals, it's important to get your electric vehicle bill right so you can charge less and save more on your bill.
New energy electric vehicles and their scope
How far you can travel on a full charge depends on the vehicle. Each model has a different range, battery size, and efficiency. The best electric car for you will be one that you can use on a normal journey without having to stop halfway to recharge.
What types of new energy-electric vehicles are there?
There are several different types of electric vehicles (EVs). Some run purely on electricity, and these are called pure electric vehicles. Some can also run on gasoline or diesel, and these are called hybrid electric vehicles.
Plug-in electric - This means the car runs entirely on electricity and gets all the power when plugged in for charging. This type doesn't require gasoline or diesel to run, so it doesn't produce any emissions like conventional cars.
Plug-in hybrids - These cars run mostly on electricity, but also have conventional gasoline engines, so you can also use gasoline or diesel if the power runs out. These cars produce emissions when they run on fuel, but not when they run on electricity. Plug-in hybrids can be plugged into a power source to charge the battery.
Hybrid - These mostly use fuels like gasoline or diesel, but also have a battery, which is charged via regenerative braking. These let you switch between using the gasoline engine and using the "EV" mode at the touch of a button. These cars cannot be plugged in and can only rely on gasoline or diesel for energy.
What are the internal components of a new energy-electric vehicle?
Electric vehicles have 90% fewer moving parts than ICE (internal combustion engine) vehicles. Here's a breakdown of the parts that keep an electric car moving:
Electric engine/motor - Provides power to turn the wheels. It can be of the DC/AC type, but AC motors are more common.
Inverter - Converts current in the form of direct current (DC) to alternating current (AC)
Powertrain - Electric vehicles have a single-speed transmission that sends power from the motor to the wheels.
Battery - Stores the electricity needed to run the EV. The higher the kW of the battery, the higher the cruising range.
Charging - Plug into an outlet or EV charging point to charge the battery.
How long does it take to charge a new energy-electric vehicle?
There are also three EV charging speeds:
Slow - Typically rated up to 3kW. Typically used for night or workplace charging. Charging time: 8-10 hours.
Fast - Typically rated at 7Kw or 22kW. Tends to be installed in car parks, supermarkets, leisure centers, and houses with off-street parking. Charging time: 3-4 hours.
Rapid - Typically rated at 43 kW. Compatible only with electric vehicles with fast charging capability. Charging time: 30-60 minutes.
Recharge in changing seasons
Weather affects the amount of energy an electric vehicle consumes. Larger in summer and smaller in winter.
The above briefly describes the working principle of new energy electric vehicles. If you want to buy an electric vehicle, please contact us.
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