Governments all over the world are trying to promote electric cars. Increased advertising, electricity stations at gas stations and tax refunds on electric cars are all meant to increase the amount of electric cars sold. It may very well be that the electric car is the future, that the production and manufacturing will be made more efficient, more environmentally friendly. However, the fact remains that currently, they should not be. Since a large part of the pollution produced by electric cars also comes from the manufacturing of the actual car, its well worth looking at the individual parts of a gasoline and an electric vehicle.
There is a wide scope for improving the fuel economy of cars at high speeds through reduction in aerodynamic drag, which can be achieved by changes in body shape etc. Aerodynamics is now engaging the attention of all car designers, because of its potential for overall fuel economy, without sacrifice in its perfomance. Cars don't fly, but they drive through air that provides resistance to their movement. Aerodynamics addresses the force of air on the objects moving through it. Designing a car with good aerodynamics positively enhances its ability to accelerate resulting in better fuel economy.
Electric vehicles are becoming more of everyday reality. Even living in a small town in Mississippi, I have noticed a slow but gradual increase in the number of electric vehicles present on the road. Many major car companies have decided to produce electric alternatives for consumer purchases. There are many factors going into why a person or company would decide to go green. People everywhere are switching to electric vehicles because of their nonharmful effects on the environment, availability of new charging stations, and cost-efficient charging.
Due to advancement in technology and research fuel choices have evolved in the last fifty years. We are in an era of advancement, new things being created everyday. In this case, its fuel for cars and the different types of fuels that will make emissions less harmful. Oil in cars have held its own in the car industry but new ways to cycle fuel and new ways for cars to travel are on the rise. Jumping straight into engine research with advanced technologies saves a lot of time, to increase developmental stages on a larger scale.
Most people in their lifetimes have driven a car to someplace or another. A car is a common want or needs that most people have, which is why cars are always changing and improving. There is an abundance of different makes and models of cars, making it a more desirable product for consumers. The self-driving or autonomous car is a product of the next technological advancement of cars. Self-driving cars could cause changes to numerous situations, for instance, how we interact with one another or how to react and/or proceed after an accident.
With the price of the gasoline going sky high people are looking for other alternatives and some of advantages are as follows: 1. The hybrid vehicles will produce less pollution than any regular vehicles. Less carbon dioxide emission. 2. The United States government supports hybrid vehicles because they allow you to do a tax write off.
The price can be reduced and very little jobs use cars. Also again so much positive about the car that the negative won 't outweigh the positive. The raising of taxes disadvantages this car and also cause unemployment for taxies (Muhammad, 2015). But taxies is not a big job and raising taxes isn’t the worst of it so proving its a great car. Self driving cars are good for saving environment, has reliable transportation, and saves lives.
Hybrid vehicles, or more specifically hybrid-electric cars, have been the centre of debate since the premier models made their debut back in the 1990s. Environmental activists have been quick to advocate the perks in terms of reduced emissions of greenhouse gases. On the other hand, critiques argue if the costly hybrid technology is worth the savings in fuel cost over the long-haul. Hybrid vehicles use two or more distinct power sources that work in tandem in order to create power. While there is a wide assortment of vehicles that run on hybrid power sources today, cars enjoy the most popularity among consumers.
They are comparing many reasons that will influence our choice. These people are arguing about autonomous cars and questioning whether they will be beneficial or detrimental. Some believe that autonomous cars will be beneficial because of the how they will reduce of the number of accidents. On the other hand there are many other important variables that lean towards one answer. There
Soumya Saji Ms. Patiño English 2/16/18 Global warming as became a huge concern for today’s world. The rise of alternative fuel sources is to help this worldwide problem, as a result, electric cars have started to become a familiarity to everyday roads. Electric cars have many benefits and potentially does help with global warming, but it may not be as environmental-friendly as advertised. Electric cars produce a higher carbon footprint than conventional gasoline powered cars. In the article entitled, “Tesla’s electric cars aren’t as green as you think” Lizzie Wade states about all electric cars, “manufacturing an electric vehicle generates more carbon emissions than building a conventional car” (Wade) Even before the electric car is out driving on the roads, it has produced a greater amount of carbon footprint than than the traditional gasoline cars.