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Car History

An automobile or commonly called it a car is a 4-wheeled motor vehicle which used as a modern way of transportation that carries several persons in a certain destination. It has an engine of its own which gives power to run primarily on roads. It can approximately accommodate 1 to 8 persons. 

The first car was a steam one that had been made for the Chinese emperor in 1678. It was the founding of the early history of the car. However, a French inventor named Nicholas Cugnot was demonstrating the automobile in France around 1769. Until then by 1801, British Richard Trevithick was demonstrating it as a steam-carriage in his hometown. The car continued its development in Britain until a law governing the use of cars basically stopped development for the rest of that century without any reasons.

In 1789, American Oliver Evans was granted the first automobile patent in the United States. 

It was in Germany, where the first car gasoline powered internal combustion engines were developed by several different inventors in around 1885. Frederick William Lanchester of Britain was the first person patented the disc brake used in car during 1895. In 1889, Panhard et Levassor in France became the first company to form to build just automobiles. Steam, electricity, and gasoline-powered autos competed for the market share. Then, the car is now a big business in history.

Around 1908 to 1927, the Ford Model T became the most widely produced car of its time. The vintage era of Car History lasted from 1919 to 1929 and was dominated by front engine cars. The pre-war era of car history lasted from 1930 to 1948. This year was perhaps dominated by a much known Volkswagen Beetle of Germany.


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