Compared to an electric car, an electromagnetic vehicle would theoretically have lower electric power consumption. This hypothesis is established based on some experiments and calculations, where results indicate that without the existence of friction the kinetic energy would be similar. Furthermore, many studies have demonstrated that the electric power consumption of a Transrapid, which is also based on the principle of a linear motor, is comparable to an electric train, more efficient and has lower electric power consumption. As the principle of the electromagnetic car relates more to that of a Transrapid than to an electric car, it would theoretically have lower electric power consumption than an electric vehicle. Taking into account these thoughts and the fact that a Transrapid consumes less electricity than normal electric trains, it is highly probable that our hypothesis is correct.