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Article:Electric car
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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
Electric cars are a variety of [[electric vehicle]] (EV); the term "electric vehicle" refers to any vehicle that uses electric motors for propulsion, while "electric car" generally refers to road-going [[automobiles]] powered by electricity. While an electric car's power source is not explicitly an on-board [[battery (electricity)|battery]], electric cars with motors powered by other energy sources are generally referred to by a different name: an electric car powered by sunlight is a [[solar car]], and an electric car powered by a gasoline generator is a form of [[hybrid car]]. Thus, an electric car that derives its power from an on-board battery pack is a form of [[battery electric vehicle]] (BEV). Most often, the term "electric car" is used to refer to pure battery electric vehicles.
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Electric cars are a variety of [[electric vehicle]] (EV); the term "electric vehicle" refers to any vehicle that uses electric motors for propulsion, while "electric car" generally refers to road-going [[automobiles]] powered by electricity. While an electric car's power source is not explicitly an on-board [[battery (electricity)|battery]], electric cars with motors powered by other energy sources are generally referred to by a different name: an electric car powered by sunlight is a [[solar car]], and an electric car powered by a gasoline generator is a form of [[hybrid car]]. Thus, an electric car that derives its power from an on-board battery pack is a form of [[battery electric vehicle]] (BEV). Most often, the term "electric car" is used to refer to pure battery electric vehicles.h
   
 
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