The basic difference between the internal combustion engine and the electric motor is in the form of energy that causes each run. The electric motor, as its name suggests, works with the use of electricity by making use of the concept of electromagnetic induction.
This effect occurs when electrical current passes through the wire and passing the electric current induces or generates a magnetic field. By means of a particular construction, these magnetic fields and qye makes the electric motor rotate.
The electric motor used in the car is not at all different from the electric motor that is used in vacuum cleaners, the appliances and water pumps, because the electric motor does not emit gases and the electric motor power occurs through a set of batteries that are capable of continuously receiving new cargo.
The combustion engine in turn, operates only when the reaction occurs between the fuel may be diesel, gasoline, ethanol or biodiesel with oxygen and heat.