Let’s see the differences between electric cars and gasoline cars.

Electric vehicles (EVs) use electric currents to generate propulsion, resulting in silent operation and quick acceleration. They are powered by rechargeable batteries, with driving range varying based on battery size and driving conditions. On the other hand, internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles burn fuel for propulsion, producing exhaust and engine noise. Hybrid cars combine both ICE and electric motor propulsion, offering improved fuel efficiency compared to traditional ICE vehicles.