CoverOne of the most important technological developments in human history, the invention of the automobile. InventIon of the AutomobılE
Creation the Benz Patent-MotorwagenMay 14, 1886 German inventor Karl Benz created The Benz Patent-Motorwagen The Benz Patent-Motorwagen built in 1886, is widely regarded as the world's first automobile; that is, a vehicle designed to be propelled by an internal combustion engine.
Invention a pneumatic car tirea June 4, 1895 Michelin invented a pneumatic car tire made of reinforced rubber and filled with compressed air. The actual inventor of the air-inflated tire was Robert W. Thomson of Middlesex, England. He eventually withdrew his pneumatic tires from the market due to lack of customer interest.
Estabilish the Ford Motor CompanyThe FMC sold the first Ford Model A on July 23. The Model A was sold only in red by the factory, though some were later repainted in other colors. The car sold 1,700 cars in the first year. July 19, 1903 Henry Ford estabilished the Ford Motor Company.
Tin LizzieNovember 16, 1908 Henry Ford introduced the affordable Tin Lizzie. 01 Priced so that the average American could afford it. ， To "go the way of the Tin Lizzie" is a phrase that refers to something outdated that has been replaced by a newer and better product, or even a belief or behavior. 02 The Model T was sold from 1908 until 1927 and 1,700 cars in the first year. ， 03
First automobil fitted for four wheel brakes0 Argyll Motors introduced the first automobile fitted for four wheel brakes. Four wheel brakes fitted for the first time on a Scottish made Argyll. Front brakes operated by a foot pedal, a hand lever operates the rear brakes. June 4, 1910
Invention electric light01 Lester Farnsworth Wire is credited with the invention of the electric traffic light in 1912 in Salt Lake City. 02 The original traffic light, had been invented in London in 1868 by John Peake Knight but had not been a success. 03 Wire's traffic signal resembled a four-sided bird-house mounted on a tall pole. 04 It was placed in the middle of an intersection and was powered by overhead trolley wires. 05 A police officer had to manually switch the direction of the lights. May 30, 1912 First electric traffic light invented
Moving assembly lineFord Motor Company unveiled the pièce de résistance: the moving- chassis assembly line. Henry Ford didn't invent the assembly line goes contrary to conventional auto wisdom. 1913 First moving assembly line invented. The honor for this innovation instead rests on one of the giants of the era, Ransom Eli Olds.
Land speed recordApril 28, 1926 New land speed record set. In April 1927 he killed in speed record bid. In April 1926 Parry-Thomas achieved a speed of 169.30. In January 1927 he achieved a top speed of 174.883 with BAPS.
First Car radioOctober 8, 1933 First car radio introduced . Paul and Joseph Galvin, along with William Lear, developed the first automobile dashboard radio. The name was "Motorola" or "Motorized Victrola". Motorola went on to sell millions of car radios.
Invention flashing turn signals03 01 02 Percy Douglas-Hamilton patented a set of hands, one attached to each side of the car, which could be illuminated to indicate a coming turn in 1909.. 1938 Flashing turn signals invented. Edgar Walz Jr. patented a light with two arrows and a brake light in 1925; in the late ’30s, Joseph Bell patented the first electrical device that flashed. The first application of a flashing electric turn signal was used on the 1938 Buick.
Introduces diesel passenger carMercedes-Benz 260 D and Mercedes-Benz W 138 was one of the first two diesel engined series produced passenger cars. Diesel engines began to be used in automobiles in the 1930s. Feb, 1936 First diesel passenger car introduced.
The BeetleAdolf Hitler or Ferdinand Porsche? Adolf Hitler, who wanted it as an affordable car for the masses, and engineer Ferdinand Porsche, who created it for him.. June 4, 1938 The Beetle is created. The Jewish Engineer Jozef Ganz behind Hitler’s Volkswagen. His ideas were poached and his achievements airbrushed from history by the Nazis because he was Jewish. Jozef Ganz
Install air condition1939 First air conditioning unit installed in its cars. Packard becomes the first car manufacturer to offer air conditioning as an option. The “car cooler” uses to cool air, which is then blown in through the open passenger-side window. It only works in areas with very low humidity and, it looks like you have a vacuum cleaner strapped to the side of your car. The option costs $274 at a time when the average yearly income is $1,368.
Land Speed Record 1947September 16, 1947 Land Speed Record Broken. John Cobb three times broke the World's Land Speed Record in his twin- Napier-engined four-wheel-drive Railton Special, the last piston-engined car to hold the " fastest-ever " title. 394.196 mph (634.39 km/h)That speed was recorded at Utah in 1947. Driving the piston-engined, wheel- driven Railton Special he broke the land speed record at Bonneville on 23 August 1939 as well. 367.91 mph (592.09 km/h). .
Introduce seat belt standartSwedish Saab first introduced seat belts as standard. After the Saab GT 750 was introduced at the New York Motor Show in 1958 with safety belts fitted as standard. The practice became commonplace. Swedish engineer Nils Bohlin invented the seat belts we know today through a three point seat belt that better protects the driver and passenger in an accident. May 4, 1958 First Seat Belt Introduced as Standart.
CoverFerruccio Lamborghini founded vehicle: the 350 GTV, soon to be acknowledged as a true 12-cylinder masterpiece. October 30, 1963 The Perfect Car Is created Automobili Ferruccio Lamborghini "It was the perfect moment when I finally decided to create the perfect car"
Built airbagOldsmobile Toronado was the first car with a passenger airbag intended for sale to the public. Cadillacs were available with driver and passenger airbags options during those same years. General Motors (GM) applied the technology to other brands, such as Buick, Cadillac, and Oldsmobile. June 19, 1974 The Ford car company built an airbag.
Land Speed Record 1983October 4, 1983 Land Speed Record Broken. Richard Noble drove the car was propelled by a Rolls Royce jet engine and reached 650.88 mph (1,047.49 km/h). Thrust 2 is a British designed and built jet propelled car. The car held the world land speed record from 4 October 1983 to 25 September 1997. The world's Land Speed Record had been broken in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. 650.88 mph (1,047.49 km/h) .
Land Speed Record 1997October 15, 1997 Land Speed Record Broken. Andy Green drove the car was propelled by a Rolls-Royce Spey jet engines and reached 763.035 mph (1227.986 km/h) officially broke the sound barrier. He is a Royal Air Force pilot. Thrust SSC (SuperSonic Car) is a British jet-propelled car developed by Richard Noble, Glynne Bowsher, Ron Ayers, Jeremy Bliss, Reece Liebenberg and Joshua Hambury. 763.035 mph (1227.986 km/h).
CoverIt was for a time the fastest road-legal production car in the world 2005, The BugattI Veyron 16.4
Land Speed Record 20052005-2010 Land Speed Record Broken. Recorded and verified by German inspection officials on 19 April 2005. Pierre-Henri Raphanel drove the unlimited car and its top speed was verified by Guinness World Records Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport 258 mph (415 km/h) in 2010 . Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 Land speed record was 253.81 mph (408.47 km/h) in 2005.
The Koenigsegg Agera RS2017, The KoenIgsegg Agera RS is the fastest car ever made The car it is currently the fastest production car on the planet. Every model is customized for the exacting needs of each customer. In 2018 Koenigsegg has officially announced it has finished up production on its superlative Agera RS hypercar. No more special editions or anything.