An Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) attack is a type of man-made or natural phenomenon that can cause significant damage to electronic devices. While most cars are likely to survive an EMP attack, the effects on hybrid and electric vehicles are still unknown. According to a study conducted by the United States EMP Commission, only 1 in 50 vehicles is likely to become inoperative. Solar EMPs are more likely than any other type of man-made EMP, but a solar storm cannot generate the types of high-frequency EMPs needed to destroy small electronic devices such as those found in cars.
The military mainly uses a simple Faraday cage to protect their equipment against potential damage from an EMP attack. A study carried out by the EMP Commission with the specific objective of evaluating the effect on national infrastructure in the event of an EMP explosion is the result of a study carried out by the EMP Commission, according to which most cars will be fine without any modifications. For more detailed information on how an EMP can affect batteries, see How an EMP would affect batteries. Listening on survival forums, I discovered that a microwave oven can be an excellent Faraday cage, so that's where you'll want to jam your laptop and iPhone if you think an EMP attack is coming. In conclusion, while most cars will be able to withstand an EMP attack, it is important to note that the effects of an EMP on hybrid and electric vehicles have yet to be studied and are currently unknown. It is also important to remember that a simple Faraday cage can be used to protect electronic devices from potential damage from an EMP attack.