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 Datas da história do automóvel ( English)

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PostSubject: Datas da história do automóvel ( English)   Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:40 am

In http://www.car-history.org/
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1600 - 1799


The early car history before the year 1800 is short and not very accurate since there are not a lot of records from that time. Both of the mentioned cars were either not confirmed at all or there is doubt that they really worked:


1672 Ferdinand Verbiest builds the first steam powered car in history(not confirmed).




1769 Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot builds the first self-propelled wheeled automobile and drives around. It is not confirmed if the vehicle actually worked and that Cugnot really drove around.

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PostSubject: Re: Datas da história do automóvel ( English)   Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:47 am

1800 - 1899





1806 François Isaac de Rivaz (from Switzerland) makes the first internal combustion engine. The engine runs on mixture of hydrogen and oxygen.

1807 The first vehicle with internal combustion engine from François Isaac de Rivaz is built but it is not very successful.

1860 Thomas Rickett one of the steam car builders in Britain starts making cars.

1877 George Selden from USA makes first American internal combustion engine car.

1879 George Selden applies for a patent on his automobile.

1881 Gustave Trouvé from France demonstrated a working automobile with three wheels.

1883 Karl Benz founds his company called Benz & Cie.





1885 Karl Benz builds an automobile powered by an Otto gasoline engine and patents it.

Other German engineers like Gottlieb Daimler, Wilhelm Maybach, and Siegfried Marcus also work on the internal combustion engine.

1890 Daimler and Maybach found Daimler Motoren Gesellschaft.

1890 Emile Levassor and Armand Peugeot (France) begin making vehicles with Daimler engines.

1892 Rudolf Diesel from Germany makes his "New Rational Combustion Engine".

1892 Daimler and Maybach sell their first automobile.

1893 25 Benz vehicles are built and sold.

1893 Karl Benz introduces first four wheeled vehicle powered by four-stroke engines of his own design.

1894 Santler from Malvern makes the first petrol powered car in Britain.

1895 Frederick William Lanchester makes the second petrol powered car in Britain.

1895 About 30 vehicles had been built by Daimler and Maybach.

1895 George Selden gets the United States patent(U.S. Patent 549,160 ) for a two-stroke automobile engine. This hinders car development in the United States.


1896 Karl Benz designs first internal combustion flat engine.

Emile Roger (France) makes Benz engines and vehicles under license and sells more of them in France as Benz in Germany.

1897 Harry J. Lawson founds Daimler Motor Company in Britain and starts making cars.

1897 Rudolf Diesel builds the first Diesel Engine in car history.

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PostSubject: Re: Datas da história do automóvel ( English)   Sun Apr 05, 2009 7:54 am

1900 - 1940


1900 Gottlieb Daimler dies and Maybach designs a model named Daimler-Mercedes.

1902 New model DMG automobile is produced and named Mercedes.

1902 Ransom Olds starts production-line manufacturing of more affordable cars in his Oldsmobile factory.

1902-03 Maybach quits DMG nad opens his own business.

1910 Internal combustion engines achieve dominance over steam powered vehicles.

1914 Henry Ford expands and improves the Ransom Olds production-line manufacturing. Ford car comes off the line every three minutes.

1914 Ford drops all colors but black because it is the only color (made in Japan) that dries fast enough.



1914 Ford factory worker can buy a Model T with four months' pay.

1921 Citroen was the first European manufacturer to adopt production-line manufacturing. If you need some more information on Citroen try classic Citroen cars.

1924 Benz and Daimler sign an Agreement of Mutual Interest valid until the year 2000.

1924 Morris sets up its production line at Cowley.

1924 Opel sets up production line at Russelsheim, first German mass-manufactured car is Opel 4PS Laubfrosch. Soon Opel has 37% of the German market.

1925 Morris has 41% of total British car production.

1925 Citroen, Renault and Peugeot produce 550.000 cars, other car companies can not compete.

1926, Benz & Cie. and DMG merge as the Daimler-Benz company and name all their automobiles Mercedes Benz.

1926 Fast-drying color - Durco lacquer is developed.



1929 Karl Benz dies.

1930 250 car companies that did not have production-line manufacturing disappeared by this year.

1940 Only 17 car manufacturers were left in USA due to the great depression.

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