The history of electric vehicles is earlier than the most common internal combustion engine driven cars. straight The father of the electric motor, the inventor and engineer of Hungary, Jenlik Yediko, first tested the electromagnetic rotating mobile device in the laboratory in 1828. Thomas Davenport, the American Thomas Davenport, built the first DC-driven electric vehicle in 1834. In 1837, Thomas received the first patent in the US motor industry. Between 1832 and 1838, Scotsman Robert Anderson invented the electric-driven carriage, a vehicle powered by a primary battery that could not be recharged. In 1838 the Scottish Robert Davidson invented the electric-driven train. The tram that is still driving on the road today is a patent that appeared in the UK in 1840.
The history of battery electric vehicles. The world's first electric car was born in 1881. The inventor was the French engineer Gustav Truff, a tricycle powered by a lead-acid battery. In 1873, it was used by the Britishman Robert Davidson. The electric vehicle invented by the primary battery was not included in the international confirmation range. Later, lead-acid batteries, nickel-cadmium batteries, nickel-hydrogen batteries, lithium-ion batteries, and fuel cells appeared as electricity.