Electric vehicles, or EVs, have offered an alternative propulsion method to the dominant internal combustion engine. They typically use one or more electric motors and receive their power through an external source or from an onboard battery.
The US Department of Energy uses a more general statement, simply defining electric vehicles as having “an electric motor instead of an internal combustion engine.”
The First Electric Vehicle In 1827, Ányos Jedlik, an inventor from Hungary, created the first electric motor.
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