New energy vehicles refer to all other energy vehicles except gasoline and diesel engines. It includes fuel cell vehicle, hybrid electric vehicle, hydrogen energy powered vehicle and solar energy vehicle. Its emissions are relatively low. According to incomplete statistics, there are more than 4 million liquefied petroleum gas vehicles and more than 1 million natural gas vehicles in the world. In China, new energy vehicles are widely used in public transport in some cities, and some local governments also support private purchase of new energy vehicles (such as Shanghai, Guangzhou, etc.).
And a large part of the new energy vehicles on the market are hybrid electric vehicles, a small part of pure electric vehicles, and more fuel cell electric vehicles used in public transport. Here, new energy vehicles mainly refer to hybrid electric vehicles, pure electric vehicles, fuel cell electric vehicles.
Generally speaking, hybrid power refers to the oil-electric hybrid power, that is, the mixture of fuel (gasoline, diesel, etc.) and electricity.
At present, there are several categories of new energy vehicles in the classification of automobiles and their reference pages.
They are pure electric vehicle, add-on electric vehicle, plug-in hybrid electric vehicle and non-plug-in hybrid electric vehicle. Pure electric vehicles and extended-range electric vehicles belong to the category of electric vehicles (refers to vehicles equipped with one or more power sources that drive wheels with electric motors, including extended-range electric vehicles). Plug-in hybrid electric vehicle and non-plug-in hybrid electric vehicle are hybrid electric vehicles. One of the classifications.