Battery electric vehicle

The electric car, EV, or basically electric vehicle is battery electric vehicles (BEV) that make use of chemical energy stored in rechargeable battery packs. Electric vehicles use electric motors and motor controllers in its place of interior combustion engines (Ices). Vehicles using both electric motors and Ices are examples of hybrid vehicles, and are not deliberate pure BEVs because they operate in a charge-sustaining mode. Hybrid vehicles with batteries that can be thrilling externally to displace some or all of their ICE power and gasoline fuel are called plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), and are pure BEVs during their charge-depleting mode. BEVs are normally automobiles, light trucks, neighborhood electric vehicles, motorcycles, motorized bicycles, electric scooters, golf carts, milk floats, forklifts and similar vehicles.