The evolution of the motor cars - Haya

  • Apr 7, 1335

    First designs for the car

    First designs for the car
    In 1335 the first designs for the car was envented.
  • First succsesful car

    First succsesful car
    In 1769 Cugnot and Brezin invented the first successful car !
  • The first self-propelled car was built

     The first self-propelled car was built
    Nicolas Cugnot, a French military engineer developed a steam powered road-vehicle for the French army to haul heavy cannons. Using a steam engine fixed to a three-wheeled cart, Cugnot successfully converted the back-and-forth action of a steam piston into rotary motion. The truck reputedly reached walking speed and carried four tonnes. The army later abandoned his invention.
  • First horseless carriage

    First horseless carriage
    His ‘road locomotive’ - known as the Puffing Devil – was the first horseless carriage to transport passengers. Innovations like hand brakes, gears, and steering improvements were developed in subsequent decades.
  • First Coal-gas engine

    First Coal-gas engine
    Belgian-born engineer, Jean Joseph Étienne Lenoir invented and patented (1860) a two-stroke, internal combustion engine. It was fuelled by coal gas and triggered by an electric spark-ignition. Lenoir later attached an improved engine to a three-wheeled wagon and completed a fifty-mile road trip.
  • Leino's designs

    Leino's designs
    Leino's design used two cylinders to compress and burn the gas.
  • Speed restrictions introduced in UK

    Speed restrictions introduced in UK
    The Locomotive Act restricted the speed of horse-less vehicles to 4mph in open country and 2 mph in towns. The act effectively required three drivers for each vehicle; two to travel in the vehicle and one to walk ahead waving a red flag. For the next 30 years cars couldn’t legally travel above walking speed.
  • Ransdom old is first mass producer

    Ransdom old is first mass producer
    Randsom Old gained fame as the first mass producer of gas powered in America.