How does an Electric Car work ? | Tesla Model S

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  • Published on May 30, 2017
  • Electric cars are making big waves in the automobile world. These noise-free, pollution-free and high-performance vehicles are expected to make their I.C. engine counterparts obsolete by 2025. This video will unveil the hidden technologies behind the Tesla Model S, which recently became the world’s fastest accelerating car. We will see how electric cars have achieved superior performance by analyzing the technology behind the induction motor, inverter, lithium ion battery power source, regenerative braking and above all, the synchronized vehicle mechanism, in a logical, step-by-step manner. The working and features of Tesla car is explained here with help of animation.
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  • Learn Engineering
    Learn Engineering  Year ago +272

    Dear friends, please don't forget to support us at www.Patreon.com/LearnEngineering . Your support keeps us going !

    • Nitya Sree
      Nitya Sree 4 days ago

      I think Tesla has high range but in the video while mentioning the disadvantages ... It is mentioned that it had low range.... Can anyone explain to me about that please

    • Jason B
      Jason B 26 days ago +1

      Model Y is fully electric, so you never need to visit a gas station again. If you charge overnight at home, you can wake up to a full battery every morning. And when you’re on the road, it’s easy to plug in along the way-at any public station or with the Tesla charging network. We currently have over 12,000 Superchargers worldwide, with six new locations opening every week.

    • Jason B
      Jason B 26 days ago +1

      59,000 thousand dollars....not bad!....rims make the differnce in the colors: the model x. pretty!%.

    • Jason B
      Jason B 26 days ago +1

      there is alot of decaffeinated brands on the market....whats with these shark fins?...on cars now adays?

  • UnityDog Gaming
    UnityDog Gaming Day ago

    elon is one real genius
    like DAMN BOI IT RECHARGE WHEN YOU SLOW DOWN
    HE MADE IT SO THAT YOU ONLY LOSE ENERGY THROUGH THE AIR

    • đeri662
      đeri662 14 hours ago

      +UnityDog Gaming We have a different characterisation of a genius.

    • UnityDog Gaming
      UnityDog Gaming 15 hours ago

      +đeri662 elon is still a genius. He created spacex and is currently preparing the human race for interplanetary travel.

    • đeri662
      đeri662 20 hours ago

      This phenomenon was known long before Elon Musk, he just used it for his vehicles. He is a smart person but not really a genius, Nikola Tesla was a genius who invented the induction motor (which most Teslas use) without drawing anything, everything was n his head.

  • Scott Olson
    Scott Olson Day ago

    Do the brakes come on for the regenerative braking? Edit: do the brake lights come on?

    • đeri662
      đeri662 17 hours ago

      +Scott Olson I think there's a certain treshold of regenerative breaking when the brake lights come on, it might depend from manufacturer to manufacturer.

    • Scott Olson
      Scott Olson 19 hours ago

      +đeri662 sorry I typed that wrong. I meant to say do the brake lights come on.

    • đeri662
      đeri662 20 hours ago

      You don't need brakes for regenerative breaking, you break with the motor (which is a generator when regenerative breaking is active).

  • Startingbark 035
    Startingbark 035 3 days ago

    I always will defend combustion engines

  • Joni English
    Joni English 3 days ago

    what is the GREEN DRUM ???

  • Shankar Thyagarajan
    Shankar Thyagarajan 4 days ago

    All hail Elon Musk!!

  • a000ab
    a000ab 4 days ago +3

    If it is this simple, then why they are so expensive?

    • Derek Martin
      Derek Martin Day ago

      Because of the fact that they are new, new technology is at first expensive, but competition and market forces will bring down prices.

    • MGaming
      MGaming 3 days ago +1

      Because batteries

  • Mahmud Rahath
    Mahmud Rahath 5 days ago

    Make more such video

  • IRON60 BITCH
    IRON60 BITCH 5 days ago

    Rivian's liquid-cooled battery pack boasts nearly 8,000 individual cells.
    Automotive News enjoyed a recent opportunity to check out the Rivian engineering and design center. The publication also shared some words with the company's communications chief Michael McHale.
    With the launch of its R1T electric pickup truck planned for late 2020, Rivian clearly has much work ahead of it. However, according to Automotive News (AN), the automaker seems to be making the right choices to move toward its goal successfully.

  • Akshay Katkade
    Akshay Katkade 5 days ago

    www.lookchup.com/read-blog/1649494

  • Luigi Ferrario
    Luigi Ferrario 6 days ago

    Gentlemen TESLA engineers ... You claim to have invented the most advanced futuristic car in the world ... Explain to me why? There is as much difference between the points on your curve ... and the results obtained by the two Norwegians on the Tesla P 85 D? Or are your points on the blue graph wrong ... or are both Norwegians liars?
    Who is right ?
    Can your technicians explain to me the reasons why there are such big differences in autonomy?
    www.tesla.com/fr_CH/blog/driving-range-model-s-family?redirect=no
    Looking at the link above the blue Tesla graphic model S P 85 D
    At the speed of: 75 mph (120 km/h) corresponds an autonomy of : 240 Miles (384 km) Product: Speed ​​x Autonomy = 120 km/h x 384 km = 46.080
    At the speed of: 80 mph (128 km/h) corresponds an autonomy of: 225 Miles (360 km) Product: Speed ​​x Autonomy = 128 km/h x 360 km = 46.080
    At a speed of: 40 mph (64 km/h) there is a range of: 450 Miles (720 km) Product: Speed ​​x Autonomy = 64 km/h x 720 km = 46.080
    The product of two variables (speed x autonomy) = constant!
    Hyperbolic function?
    www.quattroruote.it/news/eco_news/2015/08/25/tesla_model_s_record_mondiale_per_l_elettrica_di_musk_fa_728_km_con_una_carica_.html#
    World record for two Norwegians speed V = 39.6 km/h corresponding to an autonomy of: 728 km see the link above!
    Why is the product: Speed ​​x Autonomy so unfavorable? to the results obtained with the blue graph Model S P 85 D? = 39.6 km/h x 728 km = 28.828

  • James Barela
    James Barela 7 days ago +1

    WOW!!! It is amazing What smart humans can do. It still blows my mind how many working components have to work in sync for the vehicle to move...wow wow wow cool vid

  • Luigi Ferrario
    Luigi Ferrario 7 days ago

    usclip.net/video/eI8BnhCNHOE/video.html
    Thank you Sir for your intellectual honesty ... You are the first one who recognizes the superiority of the thermal car over the 100% electric in terms of performance from start to finish ... with a tank filled with gas until its last drop ... or performance is guaranteed and even improved since the mass of the car decreases with the consumption of gasoline ... Which is absolutely not the case with a battery car whose electrons leave, but its mass remains.
    The other serious problem is the maximum performance with a battery when it is charged at 100% acceleration in 3.5 seconds from 0 to 100 km / h for the model 3 performances and less than 3 seconds with the model SP 100 D with a capacity of 100 kWh! But much lower when the battery is charged only 10% or 20% and acceleration times are not at all the same ... Moreover it would be really useful to measure concretely what I say how many seconds for the 0 to 100 km / h with the battery charged only at 10% or 20% before going to do a quick recharge with a supercharger!
    cleantechnica.com/2018/08/20/mountain-pass-performance-tests-tesla-model-3-power-at-different-states-of-charge-cleantechnica-exclusive/
    Here is explained above the physical reality of what is happening with the battery and it's complex and not easy for uninitiated!
    Since no one I say nobody despite the countless calls of readers of USclip did not want to answer me or to explain to me this delicate problem including all the engineers or physicists that one finds in FRANCE country of DESCARTES ... and Blaise Pascal ... I hallucinate!
    I will explain me in my own way the methodology ... patience! by a metaphor ...
    You have a SINK ... oh! it is beautiful LAVABO ... Vincent LAGAF ... filled with water ... A bathtub also filled with water ... as a pool filled with water ... This volume of water represents the capacity of the LAVABO which would be an electric bike ... the capacity of the bathtub which would be Renault Zoe ... and to finish the swimming pool which would be it the Tesla Model S'P100 D!
    We understand immediately that the bike has a small autonomy in km ... more with the Zoe autonomy ... and not badly seen the capacity of the battery and the volume of water of the pool in autonomy for the Tesla model SP 100 D! The volume of water is the capacity of the battery ... The pressure of the water represents the difference of potential or the voltage of the different batteries ...
    When the battery discharges and the volume of water drops sharply in the pool .... the pressure exerted at the bottom of the pool is greatly reduced ... The flow of water that escapes in liters per second is equivalent to the Tesla's Amperes Seconds or Coulomb, at the beginning when the battery is charged at 100% the number of amperes per second is maximum .... Like the flow of water in liters per second with the pool filled with water .... But now and it's physics .... You can not with the battery the 3/4 empty ... have the hundreds of amperes per second that swallow your electric motor for redo a cannon start of your ecological rocket ... just like the liters of water per second that empty your pool when it is also 3/4 empty!
    usclip.net/video/eI8BnhCNHOE/video.html
    Merci Monsieur pour votre honnêteté intellectuelle... Vous êtes le premier qui reconnaît la supériorité de la voiture thermique sur le 100 % électrique en matière de performance du début à la fin... avec un réservoir rempli d'essence jusqu'à sa dernière goutte... ou les performances sont garanties et même améliorées puisque la masse de la voiture diminue avec la consommation de l'essence... Ce qui n'est absolument pas le cas avec une voiture à batterie dont les électrons partent, mais sa masse demeure.
    L' autre grave problème ce sont les performances maximales avec une batterie quand elle est chargée à 100 % accélération en 3,5 secondes de 0 à 100 km/h pour le modèle 3 performances et moins de 3 secondes avec le modèle S P 100 D avec une capacité de 100 kWh ! Mais nettement inférieures lors ce que la batterie n'est chargée qu'à 10 % ou 20 % et les temps d'accélérations ne sont plus du tout les mêmes... D'ailleurs il serait vraiment utile de mesurer concrètement ce que j'affirme combien de secondes pour le 0 à 100 km/h avec la batterie chargée uniquement à 10 % ou 20 % avant d'aller faire une recharge rapide avec un superchargeur !
    cleantechnica.com/2018/08/20/mountain-pass-performance-tests-tesla-model-3-power-at-different-states-of-charge-cleantechnica-exclusive/
    Voici ci-dessus expliquée la réalité physique de ce qui se passe avec la batterie et c'est complexe et pas simple à comprendre pour les non initiés !
    Étant donné que personne je dis bien personne malgré les innombrables appels de lecteurs de USclip n'a voulu me répondre ou m'expliquer ce délicat problème y compris tous les ingénieurs ou physiciens que l'on trouve en FRANCE pays de DESCARTES... et de Blaise Pascal... J'hallucine !
    Je vais vous expliquer moi à ma façon la méthodologie... patience ! par une métaphore...
    Vous avez un LAVABO...oh ! qu'il est beau le LAVABO... de Vincent LAGAF...rempli d'eau...Une baignoire elle aussi remplie d'eau...de même qu'une piscine remplie d'eau...Ce volume d'eau représente la capacité du LAVABO qui serait un vélo électrique...la capacité de la baignoire qui serait la Renault Zoé...et pour finir la piscine qui serait elle la Tesla Modèle S’P100 D !
    On comprend immédiatement que le vélo a une petite autonomie en km...davantage avec la Zoé d'autonomie...et pas mal vu la capacité de la batterie et le volume d'eau de la piscine en autonomie pour la Tesla modèle S P 100 D ! Le volume d'eau c'est la capacité de la batterie...La pression de l'eau représente la différence de potentiel ou la tension électrique des différentes batteries...
    Quand la batterie se décharge et que le volume d'eau baisse fortement dans la piscine....la pression qui s'exerce au fond de la piscine est fortement diminuée...Le débit de l'eau qui s'échappe en litres par secondes est équivalent aux Ampères secondes ou Coulomb de la Tesla, au début quand la batterie est chargée à 100% le nombre d'ampères par seconde est maximal....Comme le débit de l'eau en litres par secondes avec la piscine remplie d'eau....Mais maintenant et c'est de la physique....Vous ne pouvez pas avec la batterie les 3/4 vide...avoir les centaines d'ampères par secondes qui gavent votre moteur électrique pour refaire un démarrage canon de votre fusée écologique...exactement comme les litres d'eau par seconde qui vident votre piscine lorsqu'elle est elle aussi les 3/4 vide !

  • OLDIRTYPRIEST
    OLDIRTYPRIEST 8 days ago

    I want one

  • SACHIN BHATI
    SACHIN BHATI 8 days ago

    sach990.blogspot.com/2019/05/garmi-ka-raambaan-ilaaj.html?m=1

  • RHIANN GACUSAN
    RHIANN GACUSAN 8 days ago

    TESLA DID NOT INVENT THE INDUCTION MOTOR

  • Dr INF3RNO
    Dr INF3RNO 8 days ago +2

    Problem with LI-ion packs is that without a smart balancing algorithm your entire pack can store less potential energy. along with the fact that lower quality cells might end up "dead" within a pack due to high power consumption/heat etc and render the entire pack useless (depending on the BMS)
    another big problem is that LI-ion cells are extremely flammable and a tiny puncture can cause a chain reaction that would engulf the entire car on fire.
    To overcome this safety issue, Tesla will have to introduce a flexible material that would disperse heat and shock between cells making it less volume/power efficient.

  • Zuhair Sameen
    Zuhair Sameen 8 days ago

    Thank you so much

  • Mohsen Mousavi
    Mohsen Mousavi 8 days ago

    If temprature goes up in cells'it is very dang ross

  • Dwi riyono
    Dwi riyono 9 days ago

    Not induction motor, but dc brushless motor

  • Nathaniel Liski
    Nathaniel Liski 9 days ago

    Fantastic and clean and my Car we are no need one Milton

  • BISHWORJIT MAYENGBAM
    BISHWORJIT MAYENGBAM 10 days ago

    Please do suggest the possibility of conversion of IC car into Electric car.

  • Sidharth Singh
    Sidharth Singh 11 days ago

    I have no scientific background, but understood this video quite well.. Thanks ! and well done !!

  • Kiran Vaidya
    Kiran Vaidya 13 days ago

    www.lookchup.com/read-blog/1325522

  • Tanvir 0461
    Tanvir 0461 14 days ago +1

    Legends never dies... Thanks to remember him again, I salute to Sir Nikola Tesla.

  • Sandy
    Sandy 14 days ago +1

    A Tesla pollutes as much as 52 gasoline cars, according to the EPA.

    • Koen Boetius
      Koen Boetius 14 days ago

      Depends on where the energy comes from.

  • ferkemall
    ferkemall 14 days ago +1

    ok but remember they are heavier than ice cars cost more to insure you cant work on them your self unless your changing the wiper arms and a new battery is going to you appx £6000+
    & fitting , if there is a power cut your not driving anywhere , and when the numbers go up so will the price of the electric !

  • ferkemall
    ferkemall 14 days ago

    UK has a luxury car tax buy anything over £40,000 inc electric car its classed as luxury so attracts a £310 road tax [ VED ] FOR 5 YEARS also our Masonic government slashed the green incentive for EV by £1000 hybrids fared worse ! /UK

  • ferkemall
    ferkemall 14 days ago

    It works with a couple of moving parts but costs appx 4/5 time more than gas car !

  • Liberty AboveAllElse
    Liberty AboveAllElse 17 days ago +1

    While I agree that electric cars are the future, they do run on petroleum products as the electricity used to fuel them is more often than not, generated by fossil fuels. Additionally the batteries and other raw materials are obtained at an environmental cost.
    Depending on how the electricity is generated and how the raw materials for car production are obtained, the electric car can either be better or worse for the environment.

  • Liberty AboveAllElse
    Liberty AboveAllElse 17 days ago

    Electric cars "Pollution free"? Electric cars are horrible for the environment. Just getting the raw materials for the batteries alone wreaks havoc on the environment.

  • Rayan Jackson
    Rayan Jackson 17 days ago

    Best n easiest explanation thank youuuu

  • Nasir Baba
    Nasir Baba 18 days ago

    Nagandrma

  • JETSAM AVIATION
    JETSAM AVIATION 18 days ago +1

    I think one of these pulled a 787-9 Qantas Dreamliner.🚘✈

  • JETSAM AVIATION
    JETSAM AVIATION 18 days ago +2

    TESLA ARE GREAT CARS.

  • Hendry Haryo Kadarisman

    single speed is the reason why this new vehicle took my breath away.

  • pravesh kumar
    pravesh kumar 19 days ago

    These are not the pollution free bro

  • Madisyn Willis
    Madisyn Willis 19 days ago +2

    Love this even more

  • Madisyn Willis
    Madisyn Willis 19 days ago +1

    Love this

  • Jon Minnella
    Jon Minnella 19 days ago

    nice video

  • AhDee Hae
    AhDee Hae 19 days ago

    thank

  • Luigi Ferrario
    Luigi Ferrario 20 days ago

    I have a simple question to make you gentlemen!
    When your battery will be at 20% of its charge ... before going to the next Supercharger ... I have better still before recharging it if you can at your home ... Do it again with the battery 20% charged the test of acceleration ... 0 - 100 km / h to verify if the time of 3,5 seconds is equal to the initial one ... but above all to verify if its performances
    they do not decrease depending on the battery charge!
    P.S.
    An Alfa Romeo; a Ferrari; they always have their horses even with only one liter of petrol in their tank. Thank you very much !

  • Mick Carson
    Mick Carson 20 days ago

    Tesla didn't invent that motor, so why call it Tesla?

  • ok
    ok 21 day ago

    how does a glorified rc car work

  • 1 2
    1 2 21 day ago

    what if the battery gets wet?

  • le m
    le m 21 day ago

    They ARE NOT "pollution free" as they run on power generated by the power grid, which is often powered by COAL!

    • Miguel lopez
      Miguel lopez 20 days ago

      The US is 28% coal powered, that is not often, and since the cars are mostly driven in states where people care about the environment coal will only be around 14% of the grid in those areas.

  • khmer class
    khmer class 24 days ago

    I love car

  • Zolar Czakl
    Zolar Czakl 25 days ago

    As a plug-in hybrid owner, I would like to give a little insight on cost to operate.
    Gas in the USA is still very reasonable, as compared with other countries. If you have an EV and charge your car at home, the cost per mile to charge your car is more expensive per mile than the cost of gas per mile for an efficient car. If you plan to buy an EV - any EV - and plan to charge your car at home using your own electricity, you really need to have a cheaper form of electricity. I have solar panels on my home and that cuts my electricity costs to where cost to plug in is a little cheaper than the cost to drive on gas. If the price of gas goes up significantly, then plugging in is very much more desirable.
    As I understand it, Tesla Model S comes with free charging at their Super Charger Stations. If you have any other model, and likely the Model 3, you have to pay to charge, even at Tesla charging stations. If you're on a road trip, you would have to charge up on the road anyway, so there you are. But if you do plan to charge at home, it will cost you more if you have regular rate electricity.

    • Miguel lopez
      Miguel lopez 20 days ago

      If you take average cost of electricity vs gas, electric would be 3x cheaper for the average car, you would need a gas car that gets 60mpg to beat an electric in fuel price.

    • David Vicari
      David Vicari 22 days ago

      Not my experience. My Model S is getting 3 to 4 miles per kWH. My utility cost is 13 cents per kWH. That is, $13 to go 300 to 400 miles. At 50 mpg, that would be 6 to 8 $3 gallons of gasoline, or $18 to $24 to go the same distance in a cramped, tiny economy car, when you could be driving the big, comfortable, FAST. and safe Tesla, for about 1/2 the cost. Please stop spreading falsehood.

  • kushal m
    kushal m 25 days ago

    What about mechanical engineer...

  • Ariel Mantupar
    Ariel Mantupar 25 days ago

    Nice video,but why they did not make the car self charging like what our invention of car in the Philippines?

    • Miguel lopez
      Miguel lopez 20 days ago

      Because self charging doesn't work.

  • Jason B
    Jason B 26 days ago +1

    Model Y is fully electric, so you never need to visit a gas station again. If you charge overnight at home, you can wake up to a full battery every morning. And when you’re on the road, it’s easy to plug in along the way-at any public station or with the Tesla charging network. We currently have over 12,000 Superchargers worldwide, with six new locations opening every week...is this vechical?....still in production phase?....Y...Model S is built from the ground up as an electric vehicle, with high-strength architecture and a floor-mounted battery pack allowing for incredible impact protection.///..i love the wheel base on the S model!!!...what size rims?...may have to trade it in?.CANT AFFORD THOSE TIRES?...I WOULD WANT TO WORK ON HER MYSELF...THAT IS...cant work on those big rims!....the T.P.M.S...(.sensors!)...maybe that may cause INTERFENCE IN THE CRASHES?....?..never liked working on those rims...and over sized tires!....low rider type rims.

  • Jason B
    Jason B 26 days ago

    there is alot of decaffeinated brands on the market....whats with these shark fins?...on cars now adays?

  • Jason B
    Jason B 26 days ago

    theres alot of decaffeinated brands on the market....what is theses shark fins on cars now adays?.

  • mihailo pavlovic
    mihailo pavlovic 26 days ago

    Are electromagnetic field in motor and battery , toxic for people ???

  • Ante Seifert-Pupic
    Ante Seifert-Pupic 26 days ago

    Hamburger

  • Gabby S
    Gabby S 26 days ago

    🍪🍩

  • Abhinava Thirthahalli
    Abhinava Thirthahalli 27 days ago

    Like it I am waiting for electric car...👌

  • Kasthuri Sankar Damodharan

    Thanks for sharing this video. I learned something new.

  • Fahad Khan
    Fahad Khan 29 days ago +1

    nice pakistan m kab aayevi

  • A Postive Rider
    A Postive Rider Month ago +3

    So end of internal combustion engine ☺️☺️😊

  • Erhan Alan
    Erhan Alan Month ago

    usclip.net/video/HKOw2sGFPwg/video.html

  • Roland Métayer
    Roland Métayer Month ago +1

    Just imagine all the parts and fluids that are not needed in an electric car. On the other hand, the auto companies will need fewer workers and therefore this will create MORE UNEMPLOYED PEOPLE ! ! Nice FUTURE to look forward to ! !

    • Miguel lopez
      Miguel lopez 20 days ago

      Its already been shown that automation of manufacturing does not lower the overall employment rate.

  • ucheucheuche
    ucheucheuche Month ago

    On a side note, thank you very much for speaking with breathing gaps between your sentences. Easier to listen to than constant talking without pauses.

  • Wong Poh Chan
    Wong Poh Chan Month ago +3

    We'd already be using water as fuel if d oil companies hadn't moved to destroy that development.

  • iubire romaneasca
    iubire romaneasca Month ago

    :)

  • Stephen Dunker
    Stephen Dunker Month ago

    please add your sources for this specific information next time. It would be very helpful in validification

  • Dougie Quick
    Dougie Quick Month ago

    IF it truly was superior as this video suggests? Electric cars would already dominate racing ...which sorry but they just DO NOT ....meaning? For now at least? I call BS!

  • Rich
    Rich Month ago +4

    The video was very informative thanks for sharing.

  • Chas A
    Chas A Month ago

    I'm looking forward to a Tesla. In the interim between gas and electric, I've had a couple of Chevy Volts. The gen 2 I'm driving now has 32,000 miles, over 28,000 on electric. (A trip to Florida and several to Arkansas are the majority of the gasoline miles.) And this is a car with 53 mile battery range.

  • Attack OFTM
    Attack OFTM Month ago

    🙏🤐

  • adela batalla
    adela batalla Month ago

    sub to By RCB and PewDiePew

  • Patrick McSwain
    Patrick McSwain Month ago

    Tesla cannot use a LSD because it is too weak? Try again. There are "Torsen", Clutch style, electric lockers, automatic lockers, and hydraulically controlled digital torque vectoring Limited Slips on the market that will handle all the torque any Tesla is capable of. So why not LSD? Cost, weight, efficiency, ease of programming. Nothing to do with strength, that is a "762HP/FSD/NoDiscounts" myth.

  • Patrick McSwain
    Patrick McSwain Month ago

    Welcome to a video done by somebody who has never seen a dyno, and has not a clue as to how a combustion engine actually operates. Nor can they acknowledge engineering advantages and disadvantages of any kind of design. Some of the presentation is actually false.

  • Kiran Rajan
    Kiran Rajan Month ago

    Love from India

  • Negin Khoshbin
    Negin Khoshbin Month ago

    ای کاش ترجمه فارسی هم داشت.

  • Not Menma
    Not Menma Month ago +25

    to put it simply it's just a big RC car haha

  • Marius Olarson
    Marius Olarson Month ago

    Sorry for commenting but the flywheel its not what you showed 3:29 .Its in the other way ! :D

  • Nathan Fenelon
    Nathan Fenelon Month ago

    Pollution free my ass

  • Gostandinos Theodossiou

    Your forgetting the damage to the environment your causing, battery's leak into the air lithium ones too and acid waste, this even goes into the vehicles seating area. The regenerative motors cause cancer its like 1000 mobile phones around your head when driving, the government dont care as there's money tax to be made., You could be damaging the atmosphere as the vehicle uses electricity as its fuel. In the UK more and more nuclear electricity making plants are going up, this is damaging to wildlife and people living nearby, at the moment your causing burning fossil fuels recharging the vehicle. You've still used oils and other liquids plastics to service the car its no better then a petrol.

  • Yosef Bisk
    Yosef Bisk Month ago +1

    4:36 I am not amazed to find them in there. I am amazed that this technology is accessible to me. I did not thing to build those little energy holders.

  • Yosef Bisk
    Yosef Bisk Month ago

    Still love combustion engines.

  • Ganesh Yadaw
    Ganesh Yadaw Month ago

    Hi

  • Rose Leo
    Rose Leo Month ago +1

    #elonmusk

  • loop Loop
    loop Loop Month ago

    In reverse it s catches the same speed?

  • vishwant patil
    vishwant patil Month ago +5

    I am electrical engineer thanks so much for giving me a goal😘😘

  • Sunny shah
    Sunny shah Month ago +2

    I have always loved IC cars for their complex Engines, and machinery,
    however, its just amazing how an Electric car with a simple but elegant design can have so many advantages over a complex IC Car.

  • IxxxMnMxxxI
    IxxxMnMxxxI Month ago

    i wonder why this simple technology is too expensive??

  • Wildan
    Wildan Month ago +4

    OMG this is very awesome animation! I very helpfull to understand electric car. Now i already subscribe this very helpfull channel

  • Greg Fox
    Greg Fox Month ago

    So the wheel speed is the same unless a conventional break slows one down?

  • Kevin W
    Kevin W Month ago +3

    Electric motor is simply better. Just looking at that 4 cylinder engine makes me cringe, even the simple graphic looked too complicated.

    • Kevin W
      Kevin W Month ago

      +Eoin Healy Maybe more efficient is the right word, no energy lost like ICE vehicles which loses most of the petrol energy through heat dissipation. Simpler to fix as well with less moving parts. Takes up less space in the car too than a huge engine. Shifting and engine noises is preference though. Mpg though is much better on EV than ICE though, which is better if you like money.

    • Eoin Healy
      Eoin Healy Month ago

      How is it better? When its actually pollution free (which it's not), can charge in the time it takes to fill and tank of petrol, has a manual shift, and makes engine noises.. then I might consider one. Until then, I like to actually do the driving part of driving.. not just make it stop and go. :)

  • john doe
    john doe Month ago +2

    you had me until 0:05

    • ThorfinnurPetur
      ThorfinnurPetur Month ago

      Well, its not burning oil.... And in Norway and Iceland the grid is 100% hydro / geothermal power.

  • speed raser
    speed raser Month ago +1

    Capacitor dischage with wide base wheels and we are ready for NASCAR world curcuit. Maybe we can beat Toyota.

  • FungSwee Wong
    FungSwee Wong Month ago +1

    Just wondering how the batteries react to a crashed accident. won't it short circuit n exploded?

    • Jeyy Haha
      Jeyy Haha Month ago

      No these are special batteries which dont explode

  • bill Niko
    bill Niko Month ago +5

    Electric car inside looks so simple then oil car.

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    AKHILESWARI VS Month ago

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  • faceclutch
    faceclutch Month ago +1

    What about the risk of cancer because of sitting on a giant Electro Magnetic Field all day long???

  • Del Schier
    Del Schier Month ago

    One thing I didn't realize until after buying my Tesla is that charging the car is more convenient that getting gas. I simply never have to drive to a gas station, I just plug it in at home 2 or 3 times a week. My cellphone has to be charged every night. On a road trip the Tesla free Supercharging station give me a chance to get out and stretch or grab some food. One 3300 mile trip I found myself stopping and getting out when I didn't have to charge. The road trip works out to about 3 hours of driving and 30 minutes of charging. Some legs 4 hours and 45 min. In most cases the car is refreshed before I am.

  • Dayib Jama
    Dayib Jama Month ago +1

    32 Million of saudis dislike this electric car revolution. if electric cars replace the fuel one they will end up with riding camels and they will no longer drift lamborghinis. They have to plan something they can live without oil.

  • Manish Choudhary
    Manish Choudhary Month ago

    So sometimes you sit in a friend or a family in the car, then the battery will sometimes die if you come in some time or sometimes the clouds will fall on the car. The car can die, but what will happen, but there is no engine engine. {Engine is the best}👏💝

    • Ilham Bintang
      Ilham Bintang Month ago

      You do know very well that this world will run out of gas someday. You know, dead dinasour and stuff, the're very limited right now. I think Tesla did a very good job, i bet their invention will be a beginning of good and safe cars, and also a healthier environment. Get over it man, future is here. Long live Elon lol

  • 7316bobe
    7316bobe Month ago +1

    usclip.net/video/6o-hLG7tZUo/video.html Elon Musk info link.