What are the differences in building traditional and electric vehicles?
For the most part, making EVs is identical to making combustion engine cars. The most obvious difference is the battery and linked features. However, as EVs are in frontline of lightweight structure evolution, they benefit from using new materials and sophisticated solutions. Safe work requires special planning, skills and environment. While the engineering and manufacture of EVs is complicated by the lack of universally adopted standards, there is room for groundbreaking innovations. This opportunity is eagerly used by upstart companies in the automotive world.