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Types of vehicle

Slide Content

The slide presents three different types of vehicle propulsion methodologies, namely Conventional internal combustion engine (ICE), Biofuel, and All-electric. Each type is represented by a graphic icon: a fuel pump handle for ICE signifies traditional gasoline or diesel engines; a leaf within a fuel drop represents Biofuel, indicating renewable energy sources like plant-based ethanol; and a plug with a bolt for All-electric stands for vehicles powered by electricity stored in batteries.

Graphical Look

  • Three large icons in circular frames are positioned horizontally across the top of the slide, each corresponding to a different vehicle type.

  • Below each icon, there is a label that describes the propulsion type, all following a consistent font and alignment for clarity.

  • Small versions of the same icons are displayed in two rows at the bottom, contrasting against dark and light backgrounds. These demonstrate adaptability for different slide backgrounds.

  • A color palette is used throughout the icons and text, featuring shades of blue and green, which may metaphorically suggest eco-friendliness and sustainability.

  • To the right side, a colored side panel with text highlights that the icons are fully editable and adapt to color schemes.

The slide has a professional and clean look with a clear focus on comparing different types of vehicle propulsion through both text and symbols. The use of blue and green colors conveys a theme of eco-consciousness and innovation.

Use Cases

  • In a business presentation discussing advancements in the automotive industry and the transition to sustainable fuel sources.

  • During an environmental conference highlighting the impact of different vehicle technologies on carbon emissions and climate change.

  • As part of an investment pitch or financial report for companies in the energy or transportation sector, showcasing diversification in products and services.

  • For educational purposes, such as a lecture or workshop, to explain the differences and evolution of vehicle technologies.

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