The electric car is an emerging, fast-growing segment, one that’s growing rapidly, and one that could have a big impact on the automotive industry over the next decade.
It’s a great opportunity for companies to capitalize on the potential of electric cars and, in turn, capitalize on that potential by becoming the first to make and market electric cars.
Here are the key things to know about electric cars right now.1.
How does electric driving work?2.
What are the different types of electric vehicles and what do they offer?3.
Which companies are working on electric vehicles?4.
What is the difference between an electric vehicle and an EV?5.
Is there an EV charging station in your town?6.
What’s the difference in cost between an EV and an gas-powered car?7.
How do I buy an EV from a dealership?8.
Is electric driving safe?9.
How many people in the US have electric cars?10.
Is EV ownership good for the environment?11.
What kind of EVs do you own?12.
What should I do to prepare for the EV industry?13.
Can electric vehicles compete in a future with diesel and gas vehicles?14.
Can an electric motor be used in an internal combustion engine?15.
Are electric cars safe?16.
What about the CO2 emissions from electric cars or internal combustion engines?17.
Can the car be plugged in?18.
Will electric vehicles be banned from public transportation?19.
What can I do with an electric plug-in hybrid car?20.
How much does an electric battery cost?21.
How long will it last?22.
How will I be able to charge an EV battery?23.
How are electric batteries regulated?24.
Is the car charger safe?25.
What does a charger look like?26.
Will I be charged when I drive an EV in the future?27.
Can I have an EV connected to my home Internet service?28.
How can I charge an electric device at home?29.
What if I have a problem with an EV plug-on charger?30.
How is a charging station regulated?31.
Can you plug in an EV to a battery charger?32.
Is a car battery charged by a smart phone?33.
What happens when an EV loses power?34.
How often do you need an EV plugged in and plugged in again?35.
Will an EV be available for purchase in 2018?36.
What kinds of cars are on the market?37.
How would an EV fit in my garage?38.
Can EVs be used to power a home?39.
Is an EV a sustainable technology?40.
What do I need to do to charge my electric car?41.
Will there be charging stations in my area?42.
How fast is the EV charging?43.
Will charging stations be more reliable?44.
What will an EV cost?45.
How old is an EV at purchase?46.
What type of batteries are in an electric EV?47.
How did Tesla become so successful?48.
What makes electric cars faster?49.
Can we expect to see electric cars in our homes in the next 10 years?50.
What technologies do electric cars use?51.
What types of batteries will be used?52.
What size electric car battery should I buy?53.
How easy is it to buy an electric electric car and a gas car?54.
How reliable are electric cars compared to internal combustion?55.
Will gas cars be allowed to compete with EVs?56.
Will the federal government ban gas cars in 2020?57.
What has Tesla been up to?58.
What steps will Tesla take to protect its EV business?59.
How safe are electric vehicles in a crash?60.
Is it possible to be charged in an accident with an Tesla vehicle?61.
What would Tesla be doing if a driver is killed by an EV car?62.
Can gas cars compete in an airbag emergency?63.
Will gasoline-powered cars be able run on renewable energy?64.
Will fuel-cell cars compete with gasoline cars in the 2020s?65.
Can diesel-electric hybrids compete in the electric car segment?66.
Is diesel-fueled cars legal?67.
How close can a hybrid electric car drive in traffic?68.
How far can an EV drive in an autonomous mode?69.
Is this the most exciting time in electric car history?70.
What technology will be powering the next wave of electric car technology?71.
What cars will be most likely to compete in 2020 with an all-electric vehicle?72.
What electric car company will be the first in the world to market an electric drivetrain?73.
What other vehicles have electric drivetrains?74.
How should I choose an EV for my future?75.
What level of power is required to drive an electric or plug- in