Electric Cars Essay

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  • Electric Cars by Tesla

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    INTERNATIONAL MARKETING: ELECTRIC CARS BY TESLA MOTORS Submitted by: Bruks BM 236 THE TREND OF THE FUTURE: ELECTRIC CARS BY TESLA MOTORS I. SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS The concern for the environment has never been bigger than at the turn of the century. The growing acceptance of global warming, coupled with the growing green marketing galore gave impetus for the clamor for major auto companies to build a better and more affordable electric car. This plus the

  • Electric Cars Disadvantages

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    drawbacks that are associated with the use of the electric car technology. i. Benefits anticipated for the development of electric cars The developments of electric cars are associated with numerous benefits to the different stakeholders who are involved in their operations. Among the benefits include the environmental benefits where the use of electric cars has eliminated emission of dangerous gases that are emitted by fuel based cars. The use of electric cars also has numerous health benefits to the public

  • Electric Cars On The Environment

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    The Effect of Electric Cars on the Environment The Ford Model T, the world’s first mass produced car. It was a breakthrough in transportation. See, back then, everybody thought that we had unlimited fossil fuels such as gasoline. Then, more recently, scientists discovered that we did indeed have limited resources, they also started to notice the polluted emissions of cars. As the demand for more fuel efficient and more eco friendly cars rose, car companies such as GM, Toyota, as well Mitsubishi

  • The Electric Car : The Origin Of The Electric Cars?

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    Electric cars have been around for a long time but it was never really popular. In the early 1830’s the electric car was first invented. It was said that a Scottish inventor Robert Davidson was the first one to construct a prototype electric car in 1837, however, it was credited to Fred M, Kimball of Boston and J.K. Starley an English inventor for its first practical electric cars in 1888. Later in 1891, William Morrison of Des Moines constructed his own version of the electric car. His electric

  • Electric Cars Vs Electric Cars

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    Furthermore, let’s go into the environment aspect as to why an electric car is a better investment not only for you, but for the world we live in. All electric cars, for example, Tesla Roadster and Nissan LEAF have no tailpipe because they have no heat or gases to release as a byproduct of combustion. Therefore, electric cars are zero emission vehicles. In theory, electric cars are not truly zero emissions because of the pollution that comes from the electricity generation. However, according to

  • Persuasive Essay On Electric Cars

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    Cars have always run on some sort of combustible fuel since they were invented. However due to advances in technology, we are able to run cars on alternative resources such as electricity, solar, and natural gas. Electric cars have been the recent rage for the past five years with Tesla coming out with a very efficient and luxurious car and tax credits offered for driving an alternative fuel vehicle. They also offer ways to reduce car pollution. The hype about electric cars is real, but that begs

  • Cultural Considerations Of Electric Cars

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    Cultural Considerations of Electric Vehicles Andrew Gahlbeck DeVry University LAS-432-61628 Tech, Society, and Culture Professor Shelly Wyatt Table of Contents 1. Introduction * 1.1 Cultural Considerations of the Electric Car * 2. Comparing the United States to China in the Use of Electric Cars * 2.1 CO2 Emissions and Air Pollution * 2.2 Electric Car Charging Station * 3. American Innovation for the Electric Car * 3.1 Scientific Research and Development

  • electric cars

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    Electric cars vs the gas oh line cars In the next ten years what the average American drives will be very different than today. Electric cars may phase out gasoline (Gasoline is also known as petrol) in the next couple of decade. Electric cars produce no tailpipe emissions and are much cheaper to fill up than the more common gasoline vehicles. Switching to electric cars will have more benefits than drawbacks in comparison to other fuels such as petrol and diesel. In order to switch to electric

  • The Electric Car

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    The electric car is arguably the most controversial product released in the car industry. Why, because the energy used to power these cars come from non-renewable energy sources which actually use more energy than a gasoline burning automobile. The EV1 was a modern fully electric vehicle produced by General Motors (GM) from the years 1996-1999. In 1999 General Motors recalled and destroyed all but 40 of this revolutionary product, because it was an "economic failure". It was a failure because it

  • The Electric Car

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    In 10 years, it is believed that the electric car will slowly start to push the gasoline/petrol vehicle to the curb, and it will do it with style and swagger. In this ever growing age of technology and advancement, more and more people are either looking very seriously into or have already transitioned from ICE (internal combustion engine) vehicles. The transition is seemingly a slow one for the majority of the public and although it is understandable, it is also inevitable. Combustion engine vehicles