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How To Drive A New Energy Vehicle?

How To Drive A New Energy Vehicle?

The Driving Style Of New Energy Vehicles Is Basically The Same As That Of Traditional Fuel Vehicles, With Only Slight Differences In Details. The Reason For The Differences Is That The Power Systems Of The Two Vehicles Are Different.

The Main Components Of The Power System Of Fuel Vehicles Are Engine + Gearbox, While New Energy Vehicles Use Electric Drive Systems In Whole Or In Part, And The Main Components Are Electric Motors + Gearboxes.

The Characteristics Of The Electric Motor Make The Driving Operation Of The Car Easier:

Therefore, New Energy Vehicles Are Different In Driving Operations Such As Starting, Shifting Gears, Accelerating And Decelerating.

Easy To Start And Shut Down

Fuel Vehicles Need The Engine To Ignite And Run First, And Then Perform Other Operations. New Energy Vehicles Can Be Started Simply By Powering On The System, Which Is Very Simple And Fast, And Can Even Be Started Without Feeling.

The Gear Operation Is Very Simple

Due To The Mechanical Action Of Gear Shifting In Traditional Fuel Vehicles, The Gear Lever Is Generally Used For Operation, And In Order To Adapt To Different Driving Scenarios, The Gear Shifting Operation Is More Complicated.

The Gears Of Hybrid Models And Fuel Vehicles Are Basically The Same. However, Pure Electric And Range-extending Models Do Not Have A Gearbox, So There Is No Need For Mechanical Operation To Shift Gears, And There Are Fewer Gears And Various Modes Of Operation.

The New Energy Vehicle Gear Operation Has The Following Main Features:
① When Waiting For A Red Light Or Temporarily Stopping, You Can Directly Shift To The P Gear, Or You Can Keep The D Gear And Step On The Brake Or Automatically Park.
It Is Not Recommended To Shift To P Gear When Fuel Vehicles And Hybrid Models Are At Red Lights. If They Are Rear-ended, The Gearbox May Be Damaged. Pure Electric Vehicles And Extended-range Vehicles Do Not Have This Concern, And They Can Park In P Gear At Any Time.
Fuel Vehicles Will Switch To N Gear + Handbrake To Save Fuel. New Energy Vehicles Do Not Need To Switch To N Gear. Direct D Gear + Automatic Parking Is Very Convenient.

② The N Gear Is Basically Not Used, And It Is Only Used When There Is A Faulty Trailer/cart. Some Cars Can Only Be Linked To The N Gear On The Car Screen.

③ There Is No Manual/sport Gear, But There Are Multiple Driving Modes.

Quick Start And Acceleration

Compared With Fuel Engines, Electric Motors Have Another Great Advantage: They Can Output Maximum Torque As Soon As They Start To Rotate, So New Energy Vehicles Start To Accelerate Very Quickly Without Delay.

Ccording To The Acceleration Time Data From 0 To 100 Kilometers, The Acceleration Capability Of New Energy Vehicles Far Exceeds That Of Fuel Vehicles At The Same Price. Pay More Attention When Driving And Start, And Lightly Step On The Pedals To Reduce The Chance Of Accidents And Reduce The Dizziness Of Passengers.

Strong Braking Ability

Due To The Heavier Battery, The Overall Weight Of New Energy Vehicles Is Much Higher Than That Of Fuel Vehicles, So They Have Greater Grip And Stronger Braking Capabilities Than Fuel Vehicles, So You Can Drive With Confidence.

Reduced Speed Driving Ability

Since Electric Motors Are Generally Not Matched With Shiftable Gearboxes, The Maximum Speed Of Pure Electric And Range-extending Models Is Limited, Which Is Lower Than That Of Fuel Vehicles At The Same Price.

In Addition, Due To The High-speed Operation Of The Motor And The High-power Discharge Of The Battery, The Heat Generated Is Extremely Large, Which Affects Normal Operation, So Most Pure Electric And Extended-range Models Cannot Run At Extreme Speed For A Long Time.

Of Course, The Above Extreme Conditions Have No Effect On Normal Speed Driving, So There Is No Need To Worry Too Much.

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