Electric Vehicle IQ
How It Works
How is it different from a conventional car? It’s more of a wiring project, rather than a plumbing project.
Electric vehicles produce anywhere from 100 to 300 horsepower, comparable to a conventional vehicle.
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Any internal combustion engine can be converted to an EV by removing the engine and adding a battery pack.
Electric vehicles meet the same safety standards as any vehicle in the U.S., following the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards.
The average range is 70-90 miles, but most manufacturers are aiming for 100 miles.
EV drivers have several charging equipment options.
Home recharging of electric vehicles (EVs) is as simple as plugging them into an electric outlet.
Emergency response for electric vehicles is not significantly different from conventional vehicles.
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EVs cost about 75 cents per gasoline gallon equivalent when driving on electric power. The price of gasoline is expected to rise by about 65 percent between 2009 and 2015, while the price of electricity is more likely to remain stable. Source