Electric Engines Vs Full Combustion Engines

1331 Words6 Pages
With the quick advancements in technology during the past decades, electrical cars are now more efficient than ever. As of today, there are 3 types of vehicles – electric, combustion, and hybrid; I will be focusing mainly on full electric engines vs full combustion engines. While new combustion car technologies have already already been halted for many years, electrical cars in the other hand, is rapidly improving. To start off, lets compare the differences between these two, lists the pros and cons of an electric engine, and discuss the future of electric cars. As the names suggest, both types of engines are powered differently; one through electricity and the other by burning gasoline fuel. Burning fuel has been creating a problem ever since the Industrial Revolution; our climate and environment is rapidly decaying as a result of global warming caused by the pollution from burning fuel and combustion cars are promoting that. Electricity engines on the other hand, does not require an exhaust and it does not discharge any pollution to the air. Electrical engines require next to zero maintenance while combustion engines recommend annual check ups. If you’ve ever popped open your combustion car’s hood and looked inside, you would have been able to see a lot more parts than compared to an electrical car. This is because combustion cars have around 1,000 moving parts compared to electric car’s 150 or so moving parts. What this means is that combustion engines are more

More about Electric Engines Vs Full Combustion Engines

Open Document