How does an Electric Car work ? | Tesla Model S

Electric cars are making big waves in the automobile world. These noise-free, pollution-free and high-performance vehicles are expected to make their I.C. engine counterparts obsolete by 2025. This video will unveil the hidden technologies behind the Tesla Model S, which recently became the world’s fastest accelerating car. We will see how electric cars have achieved superior performance by analyzing the technology behind the induction motor, inverter, lithium ion battery power source, regenerative braking and above all, the synchronized vehicle mechanism, in a logical, step-by-step manner. The working of Tesla car is explained here with help of animation.

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Lounge lizard says:

Video shows the stator and rotor backwards. Coils are on the rotating shaft, not the outside (stator) on a Tesla.

KrKyoutube says:

Range of 500+ km is not low

Inzmam Choudhary says:

thankx for showing this video. I fully supported you because I m interested in technology

DrToonhattan says:

Excellent video. Very well made.

Auto world says:

they should do something to make it cheaper so that everyone could buy these vehicles easily

MrKomi says:

I know this is not big but they made a V8 motor in to a I4 motor 3:06

Conlin Lee says:

No top end. Laaammeeee lol. Electric cars are pretty cool. But the internal combustion engine is still way cooler and more fun to race.

Best of YouTube - BoY says:

Your voice is like “Siri Boy”..

Paulo Henrique says:

That V8 Camaro Engine animation with 4 cylinders hurts my eyes

Sam G says:

Clearly superior to Internal Combustion. Even if the emissions are essentially the same for gas vs electricity generation, this is far superior for the end user.

Dan Szwrc says:

“Smoothening” is not a comulent word. It’s smoothing.

Nice informative video. Interesting that you did a RH drive Model S.

Dean Marcho Rosal says:

how much it will an electric car?

Adam Rath says:

That animation looks like it’s out of Blender through Cycles!

King Nawfy says:

What if I wanna put subs? Lol I wonder how that’s gonna work

Ronald Matovu says:

Thanks for the informative video

Koopa Troopa Poopa says:

This is amazing!!

satria nugraha says:

i wonder if elon musk is a fan of mini 4wD (Tamiya). since the princple more or less the same

Progan666 says:

Bullshit. An electric car is not inherently safe and there are IC cars that do better in the small overlap crash test than the tesla.

Omar Al-azawi says:

Even if i can offer it i wouldn’t buy it, but it’s very interesting car and very high tech tho.

Dario de nero says:

Two words, ” No range”!

Armaan kazi says:

Hi, can u make a video to show how hybrid cars work please!

konquer247 says:

A very easy to understand concept, nevertheless a very pricey car. If these car were only cheaper.

Phskevin says:

How is 1 hour of charging a long charging time, thats faster than everyday phone usage, plus youre not just buying a tesla, youre helping the change of fossil fuels to renewable energy

Rubilacxe says:

its gonna take a few more years.

Anton Silyakov says:

Thank you for your efforts guys. It’s very self explanatory animation and useful for any auditory. I watched it twice since as a professional in fields of electrical and electronics I was surprised that an INDUCTION motor can be use to regenerate electrical power back to the battery supply. I dig deeper, read about induction generators and indeed it is POSSIBLE and seems it is used in Tesla car. I was thinking before that Tesla use PM (Permanent Magnets) technology, but seems the solution is simple: induction motor works as an induction generator! It’s and excellent idea!

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