Extended-range electric cars that can use gasoline reserves when the battery fails do indeed have tail pipes. A truly electric car that relies on no gasoline reserves do not. Since there are no emissions, there is no need for one.
Not if it is a fully electric vehicle. However, I have seen some people who converted old classic cars to electric put the tailpipe back on for decoration. When my dad converted his Saturn to run on electricity, he left the tailpipe off and had to use a toiletpaper roll for the smog certification. Yes, electric cars do need to be smog certified in California even though the produce no emissions while driving.
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