Hybrids and EV's. What are Hybrid Cars?. Hybrid cars are cars that run on both an electric engine and a gasoline engine. The two engines work together giving the car good gas mileage. How Hybrid Cars Work.
Hybrid cars are cars that run on both an electric engine and a gasoline engine. The two engines work together giving the car good gas mileage.
When the car starts up, only the electric engine turns on. When you start driving, the gasoline engine turns on. As you slow down, the gas engine shuts off and the car converts momentum from the wheels into electric energy for the battery, which powers the electric motor. When you stop, the electric and gas engine shut off, conserving energy.
Toyota Camry Hybrid
Ford Fusion Hybrid
EV's (electric vehicles) completely run on an electric motor. They give off 0% emissions. Their average driving range is about 100-200 miles per recharge while regular cars can go over 300 miles.
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Unless your house doesn't run on oil, EV's really do give off emissions. Hybrids charge their electric battery by themselves and can go longer distances. Therefore, hybrids are better for longer distances. EV's give off less emissions.
Yes, they will because, they will reduce the emissions in the world, reducing global warming especially if many people buy them.
Toyota Camry Hybrid- 43 MPG
Toyota Prius- 51 MPG
Toyota Prius c- 53 MPG
Toyota Prius v- 44 MPG
Honda Inight- 44 MPG
Honda Civic- 44 MPG
Ford Fusion Hybrid- 47 MPG
1. MPG- Miles per gallon.
2. Emissions- What cars that run on gas give off, which is harmful to the air.
3. Momentum- The force of movement.