It is another era, a time for technology to take the center spot from the simplest device to the most complicated. And now that the technology is sliding into automotive, this sounds like good news to everyone. This is a clear indication that we are headed for new frontiers in automobile propulsion, better than ever, leave for the fact that the changes are taking hold slowly.
The current market climate in the automotive sector demonstrates a need for implementing new technologies that reduce dependence on petroleum and, most importantly, minimize pollution. There is a growing consciousness on the part of the consumer who wants to try to make their environmental impact as small as possible.
Currently, and in parallel with the recovery of the automotive industry, are being launched to the market the first hybrid and electric generation models covering all segments. In the automotive sector and has begun a collaboration with hitherto little companies related to the sector, collaboration requires adaptation by professionals and the arrival of new training profiles.
Analyse the electric and hybrid (combined electric and traditional internal combustion engines) propulsion systems and technologies.
Study the types and configurations of hybrids according to vehicle type.
Improve energy storage systems and their internal power management.
Learn the technical principles of the electric motors currently in use along with their charging systems and their energy storage systems.
Development of the way the energy distribution network is managed and designed to ensure proper recharging of these vehicles in urban areas.
So here comes the new electric powered automobiles, and the whole world is waiting with fingers crossed. But many people do not even know the upside of this new technology which is taking the automobile industry to a whole different level. Here are some of this technology’s benefits.
Savings: These cars can be fuelled for very cheap prices, and many new cars will offer great incentives for you to get money back from the government for going green. Electric cars can also be a great way to save money in your own life.
No Emissions: Electric cars are 100 percent eco-friendly as they run on electrically powered engines. It does not emit toxic gases or smoke in the environment as it runs on clean energy source. They are even better than hybrid cars as hybrids running on gas produce emissions. You’ll be contributing to a healthy and green climate.
Popularity: EV’s are growing in popularity. With popularity comes all new types of cars being put on the market that are each unique, providing you with a wealth of choices moving forward.
Reduced Noise Pollution: Electric cars put curb on noise pollution as they are much quieter. Electric motors are capable of providing smooth drive with higher acceleration over longer distances.
We have seen cable cars and other mighty technologies that electric technology has led to. Now to electricity-powered automobiles, this will be a different one. However, as much as this new development may be astonishing, it also comes with a number of drawbacks; from long fueling hours, to high costs and even limited range, electric powered automobiles have a fair share of challenges on their way to being fully realized.
Long Refueling Time
Concerns about range are closely tied with issues related to how long it takes to refuel an electric car. EVs commonly can add about 20 to 25 miles of range in an hour of charging from a 240-volt source of electricity. So, while you can’t run down to the gas station and add a couple hundred miles of range in five to ten minutes, and while many road trips are not advisable, drivers putting typical amounts of miles on their cars will not be impinged by recharging times measured in hours—as long as they remember to plug in before going to sleep.
The current crops of electric cars are mostly priced between $30,000 and $40,000. That makes EVs considerably more expensive than comparably equipped small to midsized gas-powered vehicles. (For example, the Honda Fit and Ford Focus can be had for less than $20,000. ) In this light, EVs are indeed expensive.
It’s everybody’s cool EV term: Range Anxiety! It stands for the worry that occurs because most affordable electric cars only have about 80 to 100 miles of range, and take hours to fully refuel. EV advocates will argue that 100 miles is plenty for most driving. As a result, nearly all electric car drivers rarely if ever experience range anxiety.