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1922–1931 Lancia Lambda — very advanced car for the time, first car to feature a load-bearing monocoque and independent front suspension. [ citation needed ] 1924–1929 Bugatti Type 35 — one of the most successful racing cars of all time, with over 1,000 victories in five years.
The first Benz with this steering system was the three-hp (2.2-kW) Victoria in 1893, of which slightly larger numbers with different bodies were built. The world’s first production car with some 1200 units built was the Benz Velo of 1894, a lightweight, durable and inexpensive compact car.
What Was The First Car? A Quick History of the Automobile for Young People. by William W. Bottorff. Several Italians recorded designs for wind driven vehicles. The first was Guido da Vigevano in 1335. It was a windmill type drive to gears and thus to wheels. Vaturio designed a similar vehicle which was also never built.
One story says that the second of Cugnot's two vehicles crashed into a wall in 1771, which might make it the first ever automobile accident.
Soon, experimental gasoline cars were being built. In 1885, the first car sold to the public rolled out of the workshops of Karl Benz in Mannheim, Germany. This was Karl Benz’s gasoline-powered, three-wheeled Motorwagen. The age of the automobile had begun.
All the earlier cars were powered on steam and were mostly used as toys. Ferdinand Verbiest invented the first car in the year 1672. It was the first ever car invented and was powered by steam. Verbiest was an experimentalist and a missionary to China. He built his car in China as a toy for the Chinese emperor.
Exactly who invented the automobile is a matter of opinion. If we had to give credit to one inventor, it would probably be Karl Benz from Germany. Many suggest that he created the first true automobile in 1885/1886.
A Peugot car went on to win the first car race held in France, which gained Peugot publicity and boosted car sales. Ironically, the "Paris to Marseille" race of 1897 resulted in a fatal auto accident, killing Emile Levassor.
Cars became widely available in the early 20th century. One of the first cars that were accessible to the masses was the 1908 Model T, an American car manufactured by the Ford Motor Company.