Why do cars need gasoline?

Although more and more cars have electric engines (or hybrid gas electric ones) to save on fuel costs and cut down on exhaust that contributes to climate change, the vast majority of automobiles on the road still rely on gasoline for their old-fashioned combustion engines. Applying pressure to the gas pedal mixes fuel and air in the car’s engine, where a small spark ignites the mixture to create tiny explosions – the combustion process. Combustion makes the engine go vroom, vroom, spinning the tires and putting the car in motion.


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