Car powered by an internal combustion engine and an electric motor, reducing gasoline consumption and polluting emissions.
Cable enabling the batteries to supply the electric motor and recover energy during deceleration and braking.
Reservoir containing the fuel that supplies the gasoline engine.
Engine in which a mixture of air and gasoline is compressed and ignited to produce an explosion whose energy is converted into mechanical energy.
The electric motor allows the vehicle to start and move at low speed. It also recovers the energy generated by deceleration and braking to recharge the battery.
Mechanism transferring to the wheels the rotational motion of the gasoline engine and the electric motor.
battery condition module
Electronic device equipped with sensors, which calculate the state of the battery’s charge and its temperature.
motor control module
Electronic device controlling the operation of the electric motor (assisting the gasoline engine or recharging the battery).
Tubes connecting the tank with the engine and supplying it with fuel by means of a pump.
The battery is composed of cells providing the energy required by the electric motor, which in turn recharges the battery.
The battery is composed of numerous interrelated electric cells, each one accumulating an electric reserve.
power control module
Device modifying the direction and output of the electric current between the battery and the electric motor.