An electric motor powers an electric vehicle (EV) as opposed to an internal combustion engine, which produces power by burning a mixture of fuel and gasses.
Road and rail vehicles, surface and underwater watercraft, electric airplanes, and electric spacecraft are all examples of electric vehicles (EVs).
Even though the idea of electric cars has been around for a while, it has attracted a lot of attention in the last ten years due to the growing carbon footprint and other environmental effects of fuel-powered cars.
An electric vehicle can be self-contained using a battery, solar panels, fuel cells, or an electric generator to convert fuel to electricity, or it can be fueled through a collector system by electricity from sources outside the vehicle.
The Iran Electric vehicle market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The two-seater vehicle was first produced in Iran under the name “Yooz,” which is Persian for “Panther.” The traffic law of Iran does not define the two-seater electric car model. This has made it difficult to issue license plates for these vehicles.
A total of 100 cars are being produced in pilot production, and the pricing and final evaluation processes will continue through the end of the year.
For continued cooperation after Iran begins mass production, they have already held some conversations with other nations in southern America, northern Asia, and the southern Persian Gulf.
The need to build eco-friendly and green transportation as a replacement for outmoded, high emission transport systems known as the main cause of severe air pollution has been prompted by the choking air pollution disturbing inhabitants in metropolises.
However, replacing older vehicles with newer, greener models is expensive and requires a robust infrastructure and access to plenty of resources.
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