What type of moter use in new electric vehicle?
- Anonymous7 years agoFavorite Answer
An electric vehicle is ran by three main parts: an electric motor, a controller and a battery. When the pedal is pushed on an electric vehicle, the controller delivers electrical currents from the battery to the motor. This gives the car acceleration.
Electric cars are run in AC and DC motor batteries.
DC motors run on anything from 96 to 192 volts. These motors are best used for short burst of acceleration.
While AC motor is a three-phase AC motor running at 240 volts AC with a 300 volt battery pack. They can achieve fast forward and rewind operations without all the extra gears and clutches.
Either of the 2 motors, we get the same environmental feature.. That is to reduce pollution and preserve a healthy living environment.Source(s): http://auto.howstuffworks.com/electric-car3.htm http://www.greenstudentu.com/encyclopedia/green_ve...
- Anonymous7 years ago
I Have an Electric Scooter that uses a hub Motor in the rear Wheel
- happyLv 57 years ago
a brushless 3 lead . call an out runner in the hobby field , makes a lot of power for their size .compared to a brush motor , they use much less power to produce the same hors power .