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02nd February 2021

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Hybrid Cars: All You Need To Know

Hybrid cars are a combination of two types of engine. Both the engines differ from each other; one is a conventional petrol or diesel engine unit. The other is an electric motor that utilises the benefits that both fuels afford.

No car achieves fuel efficiency the way hybrid cars do; hence they produce lower emissions than the conventional gas-driven cars.  This results in better vehicle performance, and it causes less harm to the environment as well. Folks are much interested in understanding the construction and knowing how hybrid cars work.

This article shall be all about hybrid cars and cheaper to run and unique in their delivery.

Features Of The Best Hybrid Cars

  1. Better features:

The electric motor provides excellent benefits to the vehicle. The best example that proves this is idle off mode in hybrid cars. Hybrid cars enter a way called idle off when stopped. In this case, the main engine will automatically turn off and save fuel whilst air conditioning, radio, and other car features are battery operated.

Additionally, what is impressive about hybrid cars is that they also help the car start acceleration again. Most hybrid cars are powered entirely with an electric motor. Onboard, computers can decide whether to re-engage the main engine if more power is required to accelerate.  Hence hybrid cars are excellent and efficient in working, then another conventional automobile.

  1. Better power assistance:

Hybrid cars have greater importance as these can downsize the primary engine. Due to this, the car fuel economy that is achieved is brilliant. This type of engine enables cars to maintain and exceed power while using less fuel. There is no compromise made on the acceleration and torque, which is the best part.

There are different types of hybrid vehicles available. Many of them use electric motors during start-up and the initial stages of acceleration until a higher speed is achieved. 

  1. Regenerative braking:

Another energy-saving feature which is found in many hybrid cars is regenerative braking. Generally, when a driver brakes or coasts, their vehicle energy is lost. This energy lost is a form of energy, heat. In hybrid cars, this lost energy can be retained and used once again to either accelerate or power up the system.

Forward movement of the car's wheel is used to run the engine in the reverse order. This helps to reduce the vehicle's speed and then recharge the battery simultaneously.

  1. Race cars:

Among different types of hybrid car, one of the most talked-about is race cars. Toyota's Prius and KIAs Niro models have efficiently showcased that they can be fuel-efficient and utilise hybrid engines. Therefore, similar technology has been introduced into the extreme applications of formula one arena car.

The Federation Internationale de I Automobile had introduced additional rules to become more environment friendly, back in 2014. The regulations that were introduced by formula ones governing body were:

  • Not more than 100kg of fuel can be used in an hour.

  • Every car engine is supposed to use 100 kg approx. i.e., 140 litres fuel and more than that for racing

Many racing groups started introducing larger hybrid engines into their cars to adhere to the low quantities of available fuel. While also a conscious attempt is to remain competitive.  Even formula one cars known for their world-leading acceleration are powered with small 1.6 litres engines in today’s time.

  1. Fuel-saving and eco-friendly future:

Here are a few facts about hybrid cars that you would love to know. With the introduction of hybrid cars, we are now heading towards a future with the emergence of all-electric vehicles. Hence, it’s time we take complete advantage of electric motors.

When choosing the performance edition, an effective range of 300 miles is brilliant. This bypasses one of the significant problems with hybrid cars which was an earlier association. As we all have heard of, Tesla motors are making substantial steps and foray into this new age of car engineering that is all-electric and all about power. This they have already proved through their model S invention. 

Additionally, this model is capable of moving from 0 to 60 mpg in just 3.1 seconds. Hence hybrid cars and all-electric vehicles are a natural progression for the automobile industry. Though the advantage and disadvantage of hybrid cars can be debatable in various instances, it is sure to bring a revolution that has improved power delivery’s systems. 

Conclusion:

Most people think of the future of Hybrid cars in India, and how is it going to bypass conventional systems? However, it’s a fact that technology shall allow such cars’ production on a large scale shortly. With an efficient delivery system and reduced emissions, hybrid cars will be the horseless carriage of the future.


Read More:
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  2. Petrol V/S CNG Used Cars: Which One Should You Choose?

  3. Easy Maintenance Tips For Petrol Car

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