How are hp and rpm different for speed of the car? What do hp and rpm actually do??
Horsepower is the measure of power of a vehicle and rpm indicates the number of rotations per minute on which the amount of power is generated. For example, if we say that the car generates 100 HP @ 6000 rpm, it means that the car generates power value equal to 100 horsepower and the engine piston is rotating 6000 times in a minute, or roughly 100 times in a second. The compression and decompression leads to power production and the maximum value is always listed for the vehicle. The same vehicle may only generate 60 HP @ 3000 rpm as the lower the rotations the lower is the value being generated. The higher rpm value will also lead to decrease in power as engine redline nears by to the value. The bunch of whole of the values are represented basically by a graph with rpm on the x-axis and power on the y-axis.