Are Hybrid cars slower and less safe than conventional cars?
slower, but safer
No, hybrid cars were designed to use less fossil fuel, thus slowing global warming.
well hybrid help the environment by using less fuel so they are more economical.
they use less co2 emissions then usual cars. Common Eco cars are hybrid cars and electric cars
Hybrid cars produce less carbon dioxide because they run partially on an electric motor and partially on a gasoline engine. Therefore a hybrid will produce less CO2 than a car that relies solely on a gasoline powered engine.
The pollution from hybrid cars is far less emitted, when you compare that of gasoline cars. The total reduction could be as high as 10% if you ignore the pollution additions that were created to make the auto and the premature disposal that will occur when the batteries are dead.
Electric Cars produce sulfur dioxide from their batteries. The manufacturing process of Nickel Metal Hydride (ex. Toyota Prius) and Lithium Ion (ex. Hyundai Sonanta Hybrid) batteries creates a lot of sulfur emissions. A conventional internal combustion engine vehicle actually emits less sulfur oxides to the atmosphere than electric and hybrid vehicles.
Hybrid Cars can protect the environment in many ways. First, they emit less amounts of gasoline, have a smaller sized engine, and recapture significant amounts of energy normally wasted during braking. Next, these Hybrid Cars offer special tires that are inflated more; this trait makes the engine work less and provides a better grip to the driver. Moreover, the shape an aerodynamics of a vehicle improves gas mileage and handling at the same time. Hybrid… Read More
yes, because there will be less emitions in the air.
Formula 3 cars are SLOWER AND LESS AERODYNAMIC than Formula 2 cars.
no hybrids use the same amount of fuel as other cars but u can also use electriceity
Hybrid cars can also use electricity to run as well as gasoline. Therefore, it is able to go much further on one tank of gas. This is why hybrid cars are not only better for the environment, but also more economical to drive.
How many liters of gasoline would be saved using the hybrid car instead of the gasoline powered car?
That would depend on what we use as alternatives to hybrid cars. It could be less than 0% or as much as 15%. Many smaller cars get as good, or better mileage than their hybrid alternatives and require far less expensive electronics.
Well, the hybrid car produces MUCH less emissions then the standard car, meaning you're doing good for the environment. Some hybrid cars can run on electricity as well, allowing you to save on gas big time! Hope this helps. Not to mention; hybrid cars look nice!
Since they run on electricity some of the time they release less polution into the air.
A hybrid vehicle uses electricity and gas to power two engines, opposed to a single-engined, gas powered, "regular" car. A hybrid not only costs more up front, the weight and lack of horsepower compared to gasoline cars will probably make it less efficient and slow. Alternatives should be considered, such as EVs (electric vehicles), fuel-efficient gasoline cars, etc.
They run on more miles for one gallon, needs less resources! the emit less Co2 and other harmful gases
Hybrid vehicles in general are much quieter than regular cars. So in that theory, yes, hybrid trucks would be quieter, and take less gas to run as well.
Hybrid cars don't release the carbon dioxide of the other cars, because they don't use, or they use less, gasoline. Carbon dioxide (CO2) builds up in the atmosphere, contributing to the greenhouse effect. So because they don't release it, hybrid cars don't contribute to the greenhouse effect. Some hybrid cars use a battery which can be recharged from mains electricity. If this electricity is generated by burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) then… Read More
Better (joke) Most cars currently on the road are not hybrid. A common auto has a internal combustion engine, much less common non hybrid is the pure electric car. A hybrid has an electric motor and battery like an electric car and an internal combustion engine to charge the battery and boost performance. Hybrid: Meaning neither this or that but a combination of both.
Hybrid cars get their power from the engine. When you went pass 30 miles per hour, it uses gasoline that is stored in the car. When it is going less than 30 miles per hour, it uses electricity from the engine to power the car.
Unfortunately, one hybrid does not represent the entire line of models. Each make of a company's hybrid uses more or less miles per gallon than the next one, such as for regular cars. You'll have to be more specific as to which hybrid.
People purchase hybrid cars for some combination of 3 reasons: 1) They are more fuel efficient and thus buyers spend less for gasoline (petrol) 2) Because they are more fuel efficient, they release less pollution 3) They happen to like the particular model of car and it happens to be a hybrid. Personally I purchased my hybrid because it was fuel efficient and we put something like 30,000 miles (48,000 kilometers) a year on it… Read More
the output rpm is higher than the input rpm, thus the engine runs at a slower rpm using less fuel
They are different, not necessarily better. Hybrid cars usually use a combination of batteries and a small combustion engine, so they emit less carbon dioxide (from burning fossil fuel) than an older car. However, if the batteries are charged overnight, say, using fossil fuel-generated electricity, then the reduction in emissions is not much. When renewable energy becomes more common, hybrid cars, and all electric vehicles will be greener too.
The amount of fuel saved depends on how many miles are driven and what car they are compared to. Hybrid cars are roughly twice as fuel efficient as non-hybrid cars. If you are driving a less fuel efficient car they can be three times as efficient, but some comparable non-hybrid cars get as much as 75% the mileage of hybrids, so the range is considerable. For estimation purposes, take the miles driven, assume 25 miles… Read More
Surpisingly, they use natural gas or unleaded gasonline. They are also ran on electricity, in which they actually use less gas and use more electricity, saving the world from using too much gasoline. Hybrid cars don't have much power though. I wouldn't recommend getting one.
They use a lot of less fuel, than a normal car. Gas is one of the most important non-renewable energy sources.
they both contain internal combustion engines and run of petrol(gasoline) a hybrid however also uses an electric motor and battery that receives charge from braking. both are used for additional power. it is important to note that unless driven in a very specific way hybrid cars are only very slightly more fuel efficient than average cars and actually less so when compared to super high economy cars such as the VW blue motion. when you… Read More
The Toyota Prius is a hybrid version of the Toyota hatchbacks and is regarded as a green car. Hybrid cars ensure that alternative sources of energy are used so that there is less carbon emission per mile.
Virtually none of the total CO2 would be from Hybrids. Less then 3% comes from all cars together and hybrids make up a very small portion of cars on the road. Probably under 0.1% would be a safe number.
They are gas powered and produce the same CO2 and pollution as any other gas powered unit. They just produce a little bit less of it.
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Cars do not waste gas they burn it. I assume you are asking what car gets the best mileage but you have an unorthodox way of asking the question. You also do not say what class of vehicle you're referring to or if you are asking about a hybrid or non-hybrid. The best non-hybrid is the Honda Civic at 41 miles per gallon. The best hybrid is the Toyota Prius at 51 miles per gallon.
by train it is at least 24 hours, driving would take longer cause cars are slower and the roads are less direct.
We can reduce pollution from cars by using alternative clean fuels like: Electricity, Bio-fuels like ethanol. We can also do it by using: Hybrid cars that use less fossil fuels (petroleum) Electric cars. We can also do it by: Reducing car use and instead Walk Cycle Car pool Use buses, trams, trains.
Currently, the Toyota Prius gets the best fuel of any car. The next is the Honda civic Hybrid that gets just a few miles less per gallon.
A cars weight affects its speed by varying its momentum. If the car has more weight, it has more momentum. With more momentum comes more inertia.(definition: inertia- an objects resistance to change in direction or movement) If the car has a lot of weight, it will speed up slower and stop slower because the cars inertia and momentum keep propelling it forward. If a car has less weight, it will speed up faster and stop… Read More
Yes. They are slower and have less energy.
The molecules move slower as there is less kinetic energy in them, because there is less chemical energy there are less particle collisions, less reactions and therefore less heat. To summarize the less heat the slower the molecules move.
The impact hybrid and electric cars will have on our environment is a very negative one. Just because they emit no or less Co2 doesn't make them good for the environment. Ask yourself, what is more harmful, emitting Co2 (Plant food) or using rare unsustainable minerals and metals for use in batteries? Not to mention you can use Co2 to grow plants for the use of food or biofuels.
Yes, the less heat there is present, the less heat, the slower the molecules will move. This is due to a lack of energy given from the heat.
They are better than Diesel because they emit less pollution, they are more regulated and have to meet stricter emission requirements. They are not better than Hydrogen, electric, or Hybrid vehicles though.
Reactions stop because after time there are less reactants so the chemical reaction starts to slow down. As there are less and less reactants the chemical reaction gets slower and slower until it stops.
the ball will bounce less, because the molecules are moving slower which causes the ball to move slower and bounce slower
If a wood piling is coming apart should you hit it faster with less strength or slower and harder using a pile driver?
slower and harder slower and harder
They both contain internal combustion engines and run of petrol(gasoline) a hybrid however also uses an electric motor and battery that receives charge from braking. both are used for additional power. it is important to note that unless driven in a very specific way hybrid cars are only very slightly more fuel efficient than average cars and actually less so when compared to super high economy cars such as the VW blue motion. when you… Read More
it will go slower because, it goes in bigger rotations, creating less swings
cause the air has less heat(energy) and will vibrate slower.
They have a negative impact on the environment. The question is whether or not they are more harmful to the environment then conventional cars. if that is the question, they are probably close to neutral to a slightly negative impact. They do use less fuel though.
Heavy cars are not economical. Lightweight cars use less fuel to get them moving and keep them moving.