Astonishing Facts About Cars
Today, I present the very informative article for our readers. In this article I am sharing some important facts about cars. These facts are amazing to our readers and I am sure that your are not aware of these interesting facts about cars. We drive car in our routine life but we don’t know who invent windshield wipers, radio, 4 stroke engine and many more interesting facts about cars.
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It’s always fun to learn interesting facts about cars. This mode of transportation has made commuting easy, convenient, and comfortable for humans. It has also contributed to the economic growth and progress of the country. Although many of us will think that we know the most about cars but we are simply car owners unknowing many infotainment car facts. Car is the most popular type of transport, so We’ve decided to make up a list of great facts about cars and things regarding cars. These great facts can change your attitude towards routine work or usual stuff.
Here are some interesting and astonishing facts on car and the car industry:
Windshield wipers were firstly invented by a woman.
The paint on a Ferrari F40 is so thin you can see the carbon fiber weave through it. More layers would have added undesirable weight.
The first self-propelled car was invented by Nicolas Cugnot in 1769. It was designed with three wheels and an engine in the front along with the boiler. The car was able to run at a speed of 6 km/h. The first self-propelled s first used by French Army to move cannons.
First car radio was invented by Paul Gavin in 1929.
The first practical four-stroke engine was invented by the Otto and Langen Company of Deutz, Germany. Nikolaus Otto was working in a grocery store and one day he read about Lenoir’s two-stroke gas-driven internal combustion engine. Otto the started his own workshop supported by Langen in Deutz near Cologne in 1863. There he invented the four-stroke engine in 1876. Later, a German engineer named Gottlieb Daimler carried out much development in the engine and introduced a practical four-stroke engine in that is still used in various car models.
The biggest amount of people stuffed in a small car is 19. It happened in Pakistan on 15 December 2010.
The best-selling car of all time is the Toyota Corolla, which sold a staggering 30 million before its replacement by the Toyota Yaris in 2007.
The world’s lowest street-legal car is the 19 inch-tall ‘Flat mobile’, built by Perry Watkins from Buckingham shire. The record was previously held by Andy Saunders, whose car ‘Flat Out’ stands 21.5 inches off the ground.
In 1887, Benz was the first car company to be offered for sale.
It is proved that the car drivers kill more dears than hunters.