As high-power batteries become available, the most significant problem to be overcome for electric vehicles is the disparate systems used to manage batteries (battery management systems, or BMS), charge batteries, traction motor controllers and power auxiliary systems.
The proposed design is comprised of a single part which,
A classic engine relies on a crankshaft and a rod to transmit the motion from the piston to main axis, with two main problems with energy loss: the piston motion approximating a sine, which is not optimal for energy transmission to the crankshaft,
Electric cars are gaining popularity with claims of longer range, low operating costs, etc. Unfortunately the evolution of this technology is slow, as the materials used to build the electric cars are the same or similar materials used to construct a heavy gasoline powered vehicle.
3 wheel, 300 pound personal 2 person transporter relying on 2 hubmotor traction wheels, electronic/pneumatic suspension to optimize handling and energy characteristics, computer controlled lighting system connected to a personal computer via USB connection. Vehicle may be controlled remotely via the personal computer controller in remote mode.
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