But what exactly are hybrid electric cars, and how do they compare to pure electric cars? Let's take a closer look. First off, let's define our terms. A hybrid electric car is a vehicle that has both an electric motor and a gasoline-powered engine. The two work in tandem to power the car, with the electric motor being used in low-speed or stop-and-go driving and the gas engine taking over at higher speeds. A pure electric car, on the other hand, is an all-electric vehicle that runs solely on electric power and has no gasoline engine. So, what do hybrid electric cars have in common with pure electric cars? Let's break it down.
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