Electric Vehicles in 2012

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  • 1.  
  • 2. California EV Rebates
    • EVs with a range of 100+ miles = $2,500
    • EVs with a range of 75-100 miles = $2,000
    • Plug-in Hybrids = $1,500
    • NEVs and Electric Motorcycles = $900
  • 3.  
  • 4. America Imports 62% of its Oil
  • 5. Total Oil Consumption
  • 6. All Electricity is Domestically Produced Geothermal
  • 7. Electric Vehicles Can Plug into the Sun
  • 8. EVs Can Plug into the Wind
  • 9. Annual CO2 Emissions
    • Hummer 18.6 tons
    • Prius 6.0 tons
    • EV 0.5 tons
  • 10. ICE Efficiency vs EV Efficiency
    • Only 13 % to 30 % of a gas car’s energy goes to the wheels
    • Up to 87% of a gas car’s energy is lost to heat
    • Over 80 % of an electric vehicle’s energy goes to the wheels
    • and
    • forward momentum
  • 11. My 2001 RAV4 EV
  • 12. Tesla Roadster
    • Rockets from zero to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds
    • 240 mile range
    • 100% electric
    • Top speed of 125 miles per hour
    • Carbon-fiber body
    • Powered by 6,831 liquid-cooled lithium ion cells
    • It’s all about acceleration and exhilaration
    • It’s hot!
  • 13. NISSAN LEAF
  • 14. NISSAN LEAF
    • All-Electric Hatchback
    • Front Motor – Front Wheel Drive
    • Electric AC Motor (80 kW)
    • Top Speed – 90 mph
    • Battery – Lithium-ion
    • Battery Capacity – 24 kWh
    • Brakes – Regenerative Braking
    • Charging Time – 7 hours – 240 V
  • 15. GM’s CHEVY VOLT
  • 16. CHEVY VOLT
    • Four Passenger Sedan – Extended Range Vehicle
    • All-Electric Range – 40 Miles
    • Total Range – Over 330 Miles
    • Front-Wheel Drive
    • Electric Motor – AC Motor (111 kW)
    • Top Speed – 100 mph
    • Lithium Ion Battery pack
    • Battery Capacity -16 kWh
    • 4 Cylinder 1.4L Engine - Gas / E85
    • Brakes - Regenerative
  • 17. Ford Focus
  • 18. 2012 Ford Focus
    • Electric AC Motor
    • Top Speed – 83 mph
    • Battery – Lithium Ion
    • Battery Capacity – 23 kWh
    • Brakes – Regenerative Braking
    • All-Electric Hatchback - 5 passenger
    • Charging Time – 3 to 4 hours
    • Range – Approximately 100 miles
  • 19. TESLA MODEL S SEDAN
  • 20. Tesla Model S Sedan
    • Rear-Wheel Drive
    • Electric AC Motor
    • Top Speed – 120 mph
    • Battery – Lithium Ion
    • Battery Capacity – 42 to 90 kWh
    • Brakes – Regenerative Braking
    • All-Electric Sedan – 5+2 passengers
    • Charging Time – 6 hours
    • Range – 160, 230 or 300 mile options
  • 21. MYTH # 1 : It’s easier to keep on pumping gas. Charging a car is inconvenient
  • 22. MYTH # 2 : There won’t be a place to charge when you’re away from home
  • 23. MYTH # 3: Electric cars don’t have enough range => RANGE ANXIETY
  • 24. MYTH # 4: EVs simply replace the tailpipe with a smokestack
  • 25. MYTH # 5 : Plugging in an electric car is DANGEROUS
  • 26. MYTH # 6: EVs take too long to charge
  • 27. MYTH # 7 : EVS are too quiet and a danger to pedestrians
  • 28. MYTH 8: Charging an EV will cause your utility bills to SKYROCKET
  • 29. Myth # 9 : EVs are a new, untested technology
  • 30. Back . . . to the Future
  • 31. MYTH # 10: Electric cars are glorified Golf Carts
  • 32. Cheaper Safer Cleaner
  • 33.  
  • 34. For More Information:
    • www.ChevyVolt.com
    • www.TeslaMotors.com
    • www.nissanusa.com/leaf-electric-car
    • www.electricauto.org
    • www.Ford.com - search electric Ford Focus