In this paper, the design and implementation of a wireless power transfer system for moving electric vehicles along with an example of an online electric vehicle system are presented. Electric vehicles are charged on roadway by wireless power transfer technology. Electrical and practical designs of the inverter, power lines, pickup, rectifier, and regulator as well as an optimized core structure design for a large air gap are described. Also, electromotive force shielding for the electric vehicle is suggested. The overall system was implemented and tested. The experimental results showed that 100-kW power with 80% power transfer efficiency under 26-cm air gap was acquired.