An electric car, battery car, or all-electric car is an automobile that is propelled by one or more electric motors, using only energy stored in batteries. Compared to internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, electric cars are quieter, have no exhaust emissions, and lower emissions overall. In the United States and the European Union, as of 2020, the total cost of ownership of recent electric vehicles is cheaper than that of equivalent ICE cars, due to lower fueling and maintenance costs. Charging an electric car can be done at a variety of charging stations; these charging stations can be installed in both houses and public areas. Worldwide, 6.6 million plug-in electric cars were sold in 2021, more than doubling 2020 sales, and achieving a market share of 9% of the global new car market. All-electric cars represented 71% of plug-in car sales in 2021. As of December 2021, there were 16 million plug-in electric cars were on the world's roads. Many countries have established government incentives for plug-in electric vehicles, tax credits, subsidies, and other non-monetary incentives while several countries have legislated to phase-out sales of fossil fuel cars, to reduce air pollution and limit climate change. The Tesla Model 3 became the world's all-time best-selling electric car in early 2020, and in June 2021, became the first electric car to pass 1 million global sales. Earlier models with widespread adoption include the Japanese Mitsubishi i-MiEV and the Nissan Leaf.
A remote control car is a model car that can be remotely controlled by a 2.4GHz radio remote control. Generally can be divided into: toys, car models (R/C), police and other categories. According to the appearance of the car body, it can be divided into: RV (flat sports car), off-road vehicle, big truck, rally car, container car, etc. The remote control model car is referred to as RC Car. The remote control model car is not a toy. It is actually a "reduced version of a real car". It has the same power system (engine, gear) and suspension system as the car. F1 is equivalent to a centrifugal force of 4 Gs. It also has the handling feel of those super sports cars in real cars. Electric remote control model car (referred to as tram) is the first choice for many beginners, because it can be charged as long as there is an "electric place", a fully charged battery can drive the car to walk, and the inertia of the tram is small, and the control skills are in " "Entry-level cars" are easy to master, and the speed of electric cars is very fast: it can easily reach more than 60KM, and the speed of electric cars is not slow at all. The linear output of the electric car is good, and the weight is lighter than that of the oil car, so the control of the electric car is flexible, and the speed of the curve is often higher than that of the oil car. The results are often faster than the gasoline car. The precision and sensitivity of competition-level electric vehicles are amazing. Most of the frames are made of carbon fiber, and most of the metal parts are: titanium alloys and the highest-grade aluminum alloys. The whole vehicle has more than 12 adjustable parts to adapt to different venues.
The kids car is a large category of children's toys, including five categories of children's bicycles, children's strollers, baby walkers, children's tricycles, and children's electric vehicles. Children's bicycles are suitable for children's age range from 4 to 8 years old. When purchasing, choose the appropriate size according to the age and height of the children, that is, bicycles with a saddle height in the range of 435 to 635 mm. This is a kind of tool car for children to play with. There are various models. Generally, children from 1 to 2 years old play with a stroller, and children over 2 years old play with a toy car with wheels. The stroller will be given to children. The intellectual development of the child brings certain benefits and increases the child's brain development. Clockwork, battery, inertial, or other powered mechanisms of toys should be enclosed and should not expose sharp edges, sharp points, or other dangerous parts that could crush fingers or other parts of the body.
A motorcycle, often called a motorbike, bike, cycle, or (if three-wheeled) trike, is a two- or three-wheeled motor vehicle. Motorcycle design varies greatly to suit a range of different purposes: long-distance travel, commuting, cruising, sport (including racing), and off-road riding. Motorcycling is riding a motorcycle and being involved in other related social activity such as joining a motorcycle club and attending motorcycle rallies. Electric motorcycles and scooters are plug-in electric vehicles with two or three wheels. The electricity is stored on board in a rechargeable battery, which drives one or more electric motors. Electric scooters (as distinct from motorcycles) have a step-through frame. Most electric motorcycles and scooters as of May 2019 are powered by rechargeable lithium ion batteries, though some early models used nickel-metal hydride batteries. Alternative types of batteries are available. Z Electric Vehicle has pioneered use of a lead/sodium silicate battery (a variation on the classic lead acid battery invented in 1859, still prevalent in automobiles) that compares favorably with lithium batteries in size, weight, and energy capacity, at considerably less cost. EGen says its lithium-iron phosphate batteries are up to two-thirds lighter than lead acid batteries and offer the best battery performance for electric vehicles. In 2017, the first vehicle in the US to use the new Lithium Titanium Oxide (LTO) battery non-flammable battery technology is a scooter called The Expresso. This new technology charges a battery in less than 10 minutes and withstands 25,000 charges (the equivalent of 70 years of daily charges). The technology, created by Altairnano, is currently being used in China where over 10,000 urban buses run on these fast charge batteries. Very high fuel economy equivalents are often derived by electric motorcycles. Electric motorcycles are nearly silent, zero-emission battery motorcycles. Operating range and top speed are limited by battery technology. Fuel cells and petroleum-electric hybrids are also under development to extend the range and improve performance of the electric drive system.
A model car, or toy vehicle car, is a miniature representation of an automobile. Other miniature motor vehicles, such as trucks, buses, or even ATVs, etc. are often included in this general category. Because many miniature vehicles were originally aimed at children as playthings, there is no precise difference between a model car and a toy car, yet the word 'model' implies either assembly required or the accurate rendering of an actual vehicle at smaller scale. The kit building hobby became popular through the 1950s, while the collecting of miniatures by adults started to pick up momentum around 1970. Precision-detailed miniatures made specifically for adults are a significant part of the market since the mid-1980s. Scale miniatures of real production vehicles, designed as kits for children or the enthusiast to construct, can be made of plastic, die-cast metal, resin, and even wood. In plastic model kits, parts are molded in single cast 'trees' with thin connections that can be easily severed for painting and assembly. Parts come molded in a variety of colors, white being the most common in the 1960s and 1970s. Some parts are chrome plated to simulate real bumpers, grilles, wheels, and other pieces that might be chrome on the actual vehicle. Tires are most commonly molded in rubber. Water 'slide-on' decals are usually included along with an instruction brochure.