How do electric vehicles work?

An EV is powered by a rechargeable plug-in battery and propelled by an electric motor. Once started, driving an EV is similar to driving an automatic car.

A single charge allows EVs to travel between 100 and 180km, while high-end models such as the Tesla Model S can go further.

With built-in safety features, there is no risk of electrocution even when travelling through deep water or when flooded.

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