Popular Japanese models of Electric cars


An electric car is car that is driven by one or more electric motor, using electrical energy stored in batteries or another energy storage device. The idea of electric cars is not new; people have been using them for decades now. Earlier, the idea of electric cars was not popular as they were expensive to buy and maintain. Also the technology for large capacity power supply didn’t exist. But today, with the increasing global warming and rising petroleum prices, people are now valuing the concept of electric vehicles.

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Countries with major demand for electric vehicles


During 19th century, when electricity was among the most preferred methods for automobile propulsion, electric vehicles came in to existence. EVs also known as electric drive vehicle generally uses one or more electric motors for propulsion. Increasing air pollution and carbon emissions, along with shortage of energy are the reasons that are making electric vehicles more popular among people nowadays. The market for these vehicles has been growing across the world. Even many countries are making an aim to put many electric vehicles on road as early as possible which will be a key milestone towards dramatically reducing dependence on oil.

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Lithium-ion Battery – “key to the success of Electric Vehicles”

Lithium ion battery

Electric Vehicle’s success relies mostly on the battery technology applied in them. Nobody would prefer to buy an electric vehicle paying more than the normal gasoline vehicles, and had to charge them every now and then. The battery of an electric vehicle is no less than what a heart is to a human being, thus for a better electric vehicle its battery is very crucial and needs to be the best.
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Japanese Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles

Japanese Manufacturers of EVs

Japan played an important role in the Global Automobile Industry, since they began building their first automobiles in 1910s. Japan Automobile Industry grew very fast and soon became one of the most prominent and largest industries in the world. Japan has been in the top three countries with most cars manufactured since 1960s. The automotive industry in Japan rapidly increased from the 1970s to the 1990s, and overtook U.S. as the production leader with up to 13 million cars per year manufactured and exported.
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Electric cars are back again


Nowadays, the world is shifting towards more fuel efficient and eco-friendly mode of transportation. Electric cars are one such vehicle that uses electricity instead of fuels as a source of power. An electric car is car as we all know are driven by one or more electric motor, using electrical energy stored in batteries or another energy storage device. Automakers across the world are busy inventing new and better models of electric cars and vehicles for the future. Japan, one of the largest automobile producers has already taken massive steps in this sector by launching the green car. And still the automobile sector of the country is working to improve and add more features.

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Finding the most environmental friendly cars


The key components that contribute towards polluting the environment are the harmful gases from vehicles. They not only affect the environment but also cause smog and serious health problems. Greenhouse gases trap heat and contribute to global warming. At present, the most important topic of concern is to find solution to control the emission of harmful gases. It is necessary to find a most fuel efficient and environmental friendly car for better future. These cars should reduce the emission of harmful components in the air, yet give the same performance as that of petrol or diesel cars.
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Why buy electric Cars?


There were days when the idea of using electric motors an alternate for fuel seems impossible, but today electric motors significantly replaces standard fuel. Electric cars are increasingly becoming very popular. It’s the concern of people for the environment, fuel conservation that they are switching towards electric vehicles.See More…