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new energy vehicles
New energy vehicles include pure electric vehicles, extended-range electric vehicles, hybrid vehicles, fuel cell electric vehicles, hydrogen engine vehicles, and other new energy vehicles.
Pure electric car
A pure electric vehicle (BEV) is a type of automobile that uses a single battery as a power source for energy storage. It uses a battery as a power source for energy storage to provide electric power to a motor through a battery to drive the motor to drive the vehicle.
A hybrid electric vehicle (HEV) is a vehicle in which a drive system is a combination of two or more single drive trains that can operate simultaneously. The travel power of the vehicle is determined by the individual drive trains alone or multiple times depending on the actual vehicle travel state. The drive system is provided together. Due to different components, layouts and control strategies, hybrid vehicles come in many forms.
Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle
Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) is the use of hydrogen and oxygen in the air under the action of the catalyst. In the fuel cell, electric energy generated by electrochemical reaction is used as a main power source to drive a car. Fuel cell electric vehicles are essentially a type of pure electric vehicle. The main difference is that the power battery works in different ways. In general, fuel cells convert chemical energy into electrical energy through electrochemical reactions. Hydrogen is usually used as the reducing agent for the electrochemical reaction, and oxygen is used as the oxidant. Therefore, the earliest fuel cell electric vehicles developed are directly using hydrogen fuel. Hydrogen can be stored in the form of liquid hydrogen, compressed hydrogen, or hydrogen storage of metal hydride.
Hydrogen engine car
Hydrogen engine cars are cars powered by hydrogen engines. The fuel used for general engines is diesel or gasoline, and the fuel used for hydrogen engines is gaseous hydrogen. Hydrogen engine car is a truly zero-emission vehicle that emits pure water. It has the advantages of no pollution, zero emissions, and abundant reserves.
Other new energy vehicles
Other new energy vehicles include automobiles that use supercapacitors, flywheels, and other efficient energy storage devices. Currently in China, new energy vehicles mainly refer to pure electric vehicles, extended-range electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid vehicles, and fuel cell electric vehicles. Conventional hybrid vehicles are classified as energy-saving vehicles.