Essay on Hybrid Cars And Standard Cars

1676 Words Nov 18th, 2016 7 Pages
This report is about the hybrid vehicles. It gives a brief definition of hybrid engines and shows how the hybrid engines started in the beginning of the twentieth century. Moreover, it explains the differences between hybrid cars and standard cars. Also, it mentioned some companies and countries that interested in producing hybrid cars, and the prices of their cars in the United State of America. Finally, it discusses the popularity of hybrid cars in the USA and its factors.

Hybrid vehicles are cars, which use both an internal combustion engine and an electric motor to obtain maximum power and fuel economy with minimum emissions. The first hybrid car was built in 1899 by Eng. Ferdinand Porsche (Jameson, 2009, p.1). His hybrid engine used a small gasoline engine to supply power to an electric motor that drove the car. However, governments didn 't care about hybrid engines until the Arab oil embargo of 1973. Since then, hybrid engines have been improved and the plug-in type is getting all the supports and attention.

Efficiency is the ratio between the income and the outcome of a machine, which we can use this expression in everything, by giving a name for the income and the same for the outcome. After knowing the meaning of the efficiency, and how to use it. Now we can introduce it to, compare between different kinds of cars. Cars efficiency measured by measuring the ratio between the miles (outcome) a car gets per a gallon (income) (MPG). If you are planning to buy a new…

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