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The first working vehicle was designed — and most built — by Ferdinand Verbiest, a member of a Jesuit mission in around 1672. It was a 65 cm-long toy for the Chinese Emperor, that was to carry a driver or a passenger.It is not if Verbiest’s model was ever

Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot is widely with building the first self-propelled mechanical vehicle or in about 1769; he created a tricycle. He also constructed two tractors for the French Army, one of is preserved in the French National of Arts and Crafts. His inventions however handicapped by problems water supply and maintaining pressure. In 1801, Richard built and demonstrated his Puffing road locomotive, believed by to be the first demonstration of a steam-powered vehicle. It was unable to maintain steam pressure for long and was of little practical use.

In Nicéphore Niépce and his brother probably created the world’s internal combustion engine they called a Pyréolophore, but chose to install it in a boat on the Saone in France. Coincidentally, in the Swiss inventor François de Rivaz designed his own ‘de internal combustion engine’ and it to develop the world’s first to be powered by such an engine. The Pyréolophore was fuelled by a mixture of powder (dried spores of the plant), finely crushed dust and resin that mixed with oil, de Rivaz used a mixture of and oxygen. Neither design was successful, as was the case with such as Samuel Brown, Morey, and Etienne Lenoir his hippomobile, who each produced (usually adapted carriages or powered by clumsy internal engines.

In November 1881, French Gustave Trouvé demonstrated a three-wheeled automobile powered by at the International Exposition of Electricity,

Karl Benz, the inventor of the automobile Although several German engineers (including Daimler, Wilhelm Maybach, and Marcus) were working on the at about the same time, Benz generally is acknowledged as the of the modern automobile.

A photograph of the Benz Patent-Motorwagen, first in 1885 and awarded the patent for the In 1879, Benz was granted a for his first engine, which had designed in 1878. Many of his inventions made the use of the internal engine feasible for powering a His first Motorwagen was built in in Mannheim, Germany. He was awarded the for its invention as of his application on 29 January (under the auspices of his major Benz Cie. which was in 1883). Benz began of the vehicle on 3 July 1886, and 25 Benz vehicles were between 1888 and 1893, his first four-wheeler was introduced with a model intended for They also were with four-stroke engines of his own Emile Roger of France, producing Benz engines license, now added the Benz to his line of products. Because was more open to the early initially more were and sold in France through than Benz sold in In August 1888 Bertha the wife of Karl Benz, the first road trip by to prove the road-worthiness of her husband’s

Bertha Benz, the first distance automobile driver in the In 1896, Benz designed and the first internal-combustion flat called boxermotor. During the years of the nineteenth century, was the largest automobile company in the with 572 units produced in and, because of its size, Cie. became a joint-stock


The first motor car in central and one of the first factory-made cars in the was produced by Czech company Wagenbau (later renamed to in 1897, the Präsident automobil.

and Maybach founded Daimler Gesellschaft (DMG) in Cannstatt in and sold their first in 1892 under the brand Daimler. It was a horse-drawn stagecoach by another manufacturer, that retrofitted with an engine of design. By 1895 about 30 had been built by Daimler and either at the Daimler works or in the Hermann, where they set up after disputes with backers. Benz, Maybach and the team seem to have unaware of each other’s work. They never together; by the time of the merger of the two Daimler and Maybach were no part of DMG.

Daimler died in 1900 and that year, Maybach an engine named Daimler-Mercedes, was placed in a specially ordered built to specifications set by Emil This was a production of a small of vehicles for Jellinek to race and in his country. Two years later, in a new model DMG automobile was produced and the was named Mercedes after the engine which generated 35 hp. quit DMG shortly thereafter and a business of his own. Rights to the brand name were to other manufacturers.

Karl proposed co-operation between DMG and Cie. when economic began to deteriorate in Germany the First World War, but the of DMG refused to consider it initially. between the two companies resumed years later when conditions worsened and, in they signed an Agreement of Interest, valid until the 2000. Both enterprises design, production, purchasing, and and they advertised or marketed automobile models jointly, keeping their respective On 28 June 1926, Benz and DMG finally merged as the Daimler-Benz baptizing all of its automobiles Mercedes as a brand honoring the most model of the DMG automobiles, the Maybach later referred to as the 1902 hp, along with the Benz Karl Benz remained a of the board of directors of Daimler-Benz his death in 1929, and at times, his two participated in the management of the company as

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In 1890, Émile Levassor and Peugeot of France began vehicles with Daimler and so laid the foundation of the automobile in France.

The first design for an automobile with a gasoline combustion engine was made in by George Selden of Rochester, New Selden applied for a patent for an in 1879, but the patent application because the vehicle was never After a delay of sixteen and a series of attachments to his application, on 5 1895, Selden was granted a States patent (U.S. 549,160) for a two-stroke automobile which hindered, more encouraged, development of automobiles in the States. His patent was challenged by Ford and others, and overturned in

In 1893, the first running, American car was built and road-tested by the brothers of Springfield, Massachusetts. The public run of the Duryea Motor took place on 21 September on Taylor Street in Metro Springfield.[18][19] To construct the Duryea Wagon, the brothers had purchased a horse-drawn buggy for $70 and then a 4 HP, single cylinder gasoline The car had a friction transmission, spray and low tension ignition. It was road-tested on 10 November, when the The Springfield newspaper made the announcement.[18] particular car was put into storage in and stayed there until when it was rescued by Inglis M. and presented to the United States Museum.

In Britain, there had several attempts to build cars with varying of success, with Thomas even attempting a production run in Santler from Malvern is by the Veteran Car Club of Great as having made the first car in the country in 1894 followed by William Lanchester in 1895, but were both one-offs. The production vehicles in Great came from the Daimler a company founded by Harry J. in 1896, after purchasing the to use the name of the engines. Lawson’s made its first automobiles in and they bore the name

In 1892, German engineer Diesel was granted a patent for a New Combustion Engine. In 1897, he the first Diesel Engine.[16] electric-, and gasoline-powered vehicles for decades, with gasoline combustion engines achieving in the 1910s.

Although various rotary engine designs attempted to compete with the piston and crankshaft design, Mazda’s version of the Wankel has had more than very success.

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