How to make a smart car that uses electricity and batteries

The idea of using a car battery to power its electric motor is already a thing, with cars like the Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S using the same kind of battery pack for electric motors.

But now, a team of engineers have figured out a way to use these batteries to make power for an electric vehicle using an existing power steering motor. 

The team, led by researchers from the Australian National University and the University of Adelaide, have developed a power steering system that can run on a single battery. 

They have developed what they say is the first such system for an autonomous electric vehicle.

The team’s system is based on a new type of battery technology called a low-voltage battery, which has a capacity of between 1,500 and 2,000mAh.

It has a voltage of only 2.5V.

That’s just a couple of millivolts lower than the current standard for power steering systems.

“It’s pretty amazing that you can get that sort of performance from a battery,” Professor Ramesh Vardhan, one of the co-founders of the group, told ABC News.

“This is an incredibly promising battery technology and one of its advantages is that it can be used in any application where the vehicle’s battery is in short supply.”

The power steering team have been developing their system for some time, using the low-volts power steering technology that’s already been widely used in the automotive industry.

But the team decided to take it to a whole new level, using existing high-voltages battery technology.

The team says the technology could be used for electric cars that run on batteries that are in short supplies.

The battery technology was developed at the Australian Nuclear Research Organisation, which is based at ANU’s School of Chemistry.

“We have been using this technology for about 15 years and we are very pleased that we were able to apply it to the vehicle,” said Professor Vardhans PhD candidate and the lead author of the study, Professor Matthew Dutton.

“What is unique about this research is that we are not just using an electric motor, we are using an actual low-energy battery and we’re using that to power the system.”

What the researchers are doing is using a battery with a capacity between 500mAh and 1,000,000.

That would be enough to power an average car.

The researchers say they have found that using a low voltage battery with these characteristics, it can power a typical electric vehicle with an energy density of 1 kilowatt-hour (kWh).

The system works by using two different batteries.

The first battery is a lithium ion, or a lithium-ion polymer battery, made by Panasonic and Li-ion, and has a rated power of around 5,000W.

The second battery is an alkaline polymer battery with capacity of 500mAh.

The system is designed to use a combination of the batteries. 

The battery that powers the vehicle uses the high-volms power steering method, while the second battery uses a low voltages power steering scheme.

The batteries are connected by a copper wire and can be swapped out at any time.

The power steering battery uses the low voltage power steering mode, while that also uses the standard high- voltage power control mode. 

Professor Vardham said the researchers had been using a lot of this technology, particularly in the power steering sector, for decades.

“But, this is the start of a long and exciting journey to put this technology into vehicles.”

Professor Dutton said the system could be adapted for other applications.

“There are a lot more applications for low-cost, low-emission vehicles, which will be a key market for us, as we can see that many of them already use this technology,” he said.

The researchers said they were looking forward to commercialising their system, which could potentially replace some of the expensive power steering batteries that many cars still use.