An electric vehicle aka EV is an automotive vehicle that utilizes one or more electric motors for propulsion. Such types of vehicles do not require any type of fuel to work. Electric vehicles are the type of vehicles that are partially or fully powered on electric power with the help of a battery.
History of electric vehicles:
Keeping in view the increasing rate of air and noise pollution around the globe, an electric vehicle including the electric car and the electric motorcycle was invented. Robert Anderson was the one who developed the first electric vehicle in 1832. But it wasn’t until the 1870s, or later, that electric cars became more practical.
How do electric cars including electric bikes work?
Electric cars and electric motorbikes work on almost the same principle. No fuel is used in both automobiles. If we talk about the working of electric cars, electric cars work by plugging into a charge point and taking electricity from the grid. A rechargeable battery is used in an electric car which continuously supplies power to the vehicle. The electricity is stored in rechargeable batteries that power an electric motor, which turns the wheels (different types of rechargeable batteries are used in electric vehicles).
It is experimentally proven that electric cars run faster than ordinary vehicles. The foremost reason for the great acceleration of the electric car is that they are lightweight as compared to the cars that use a traditional fuel engine.
On the other hand, electric bikes were invented by Karl Kordesch in 1975. Electric motorcycles are based on a similar mechanism as fuel-powered mechanisms. Electric motorcycles use an electric engine to generate power, which is then transformed into energy.