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Journey of cars from 18th century to 21st century






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The future of cars is overloaded with high end technologies which are eco-friendly and cost effective for customers. The auto manufacturers are spending a lot of money in R & D (Research and Development) to create a product that is safer, sustainable, energy efficient and less polluting. Alternatives to fuels like hydrogen cars, electric cars, compressed-air cars, etc are entering the market to give high mileage at low cost which is beneficial for owner of the car and environment too.
Journey of cars from 18th century to 21st century

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Synopsis of Automobile Industry

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Initial stage: Automobile Industry

1769 Steam-powered automobile was created for transport purposes.

1806 cars were running on fuel gas and was powered by internal combustion engines.

20th century Electric cars came into the industry, however it became popular only in 21st century when consumers and government were more concerned about low-emission vehicles.

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The very first car

The Steam Car

1899 Auto car

Early1900's

1980’s

The 1950‘s

Hybrid Cars

2000’s

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Phases in automobile industry

  • Steam automobiles Cugnot Steam Trolley

  • Electric automobiles The Henney Kilowatt

  • Internal combustion engines BenzPatent Motorwagen

  • Veteran era Renault Voiturette

  • Brass/ Edwardian era Ford Model T, Mercer Raceabout, Bugatti Type 13

  • Vintage era Austin 7, Bugatti Type 35, Lancia Lambda, Cadillac V-16

  • Pre-World War era Alvis Speed 20, Ford V-8, Bugatti Type 57, Volkswagen Beetle

  • Post-War era Morris Minor, Jaguar E-type, Ford Mustang, Datsun 240Z

  • Modern era Toyota Corolla, Range Rover, Mercedes-Benz S-Class, BMW 3 Series, Ford Taurus

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Things to know

  • The largest automakers in U.S are General Motors Corp., Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler. U.S ranks third after Japan and China under the list of world's top 20 motor vehicle producing countries.

  • The future of cars is overloaded with high end technologies which are eco-friendly and cost effective for customers. The auto manufacturers are spending a lot of money in R & D (Research and Development) to create a product that is safer, sustainable, energy efficient and less polluting. Alternatives to fuels like hydrogen cars, electric cars, compressed-air cars, etc are entering the market to give high mileage at low cost which is beneficial for owner of the car and environment too.

  • Latest technologies like BMW's Turbosteamer, Regenerative braking, Installation of Vortex is used which helps in saving energy and thereby cost.

  • To improve the quality and strength of automobiles, the auto manufacturers are replacing steel with materials like fiber glass, carbon nanotubes, duralumin and carbon fiber. Few other technologies like platoons, automated highway systems and vehicle infrastructure integration enhances road safety and traffic flow.

  • Automobile industry was deeply affected by recession which recently occurred. However, it is reviving and it will soon come back to normal in the near future.

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