Car History


The American Car

July 4, 2012 | In: Car History

Although all across America manufacturers like Ransome Olds or Henry Ford manage to produce an important amount of automobiles, the car was considered to a luxurious object and not a necessity. The real beginning of the American modern automobile...

The Steam Engine

July 1, 2012 | In: Car History

The steam engine is an engine with an external combustion, which transforms the thermic energy of the steam into movement. But what are the principles? First, the pressurized steam is produced in a steam generator (a place with boiling water) and after...

The first car

June 28, 2012 | In: Car History

In 1887, the first Daimler car is produced. It’s not really what you expect from a car… it’s more like a wagon with a motor underneath. But, it still was the first 4 wheel+ motor vehicle in the world. The vehicle had an innovating cooling system...

Car short history

June 25, 2012 | In: Car History

Many think that the car is probably the biggest invention in history. Personally, I don’t agree, but if you stop to think a little, you can easily see that nothing happens without cars. Everyone and everything depend on cars. The first idea of a car...