How hybrid cars work?

Hybrid cars, a marvel of automotive engineering, combine the power of gasoline engines with electric motors to enhance efficiency and reduce emissions.

Operating in various modes, they switch seamlessly between electric and internal combustion power.

 During low-speed maneuvers or when stationary, hybrid vehicles often run solely on electric power, drawing energy from onboard batteries.

When acceleration demands rise, the gasoline engine kicks in to provide additional power.

This comparison serves as a testament to the electric evolution, where efficiency and innovation align.