La petit histoire de l'autromobile

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La petit histoire de l'autromobile

  1. 1. An History of The Automobile KNA Productions 2013 Eng version by Gd
  2. 2. 1769 Le Fardier de Cugnot The source of energy is from a boiler mounted on a front directing wheel. Speed 4 km/h This model is visible at the Paris museum of Technology . Autonomy: 15 minutes
  3. 3. 1770 1st Accident !! The Fardier, having no break and no practical directing wheel hit a wall. The machine, proposed to the French Army to pull heavy artillery pieces, was then rejected by the examiners.
  4. 4. 1873 L’Obéissante: Amédée Bollée This vehicle is sometime considered to be the first true automobile. Steam engine, 12 sits, speed 40km/h.
  5. 5. 1886 Benz patents the Motorwagen Tricycle 954 cm3 16 km/h 1st car to use thermal engin
  6. 6. 1891 Panhard et Levassor: 1st commercially available vehicules.
  7. 7. 1891 1st Peugeot automobile
  8. 8. 1891 Michelin invents tires with inner tube.
  9. 9. 1894 Paris-Rouen: 1st automobile race ever
  10. 10. 1897 Rudolf Diesel invents the Diesel engine
  11. 11. 1898 1st Renault: Type A . Engine De Dion-Bouton . One cylinder :273 cm3 . Power 1 hp . Weight: 250 kg . Speed :32 km/h
  12. 12. 1898 1st speed record (electric car) Gaston de Chasseloup-Laubat got to 63,15 km/h with this Jeantaud électric
  13. 13. 1898 1st « Exposition internationale d’automobiles »
  14. 14. 1899 Camille Jenatzy : 105,88 km/h (electric car) La Jamais Contente
  15. 15. 1899 1st FIAT Fiat 3.5 HP
  16. 16. 1899 1st Automobile Tour de France Voiture Amédée Bollée
  17. 17. 1900 De Dion-Bouton is the world largest car manufacturer. In 1900,the company manufactured 400 cars and 3200 engines.
  18. 18. 1900 New York Auto Show
  19. 19. 1900-1905 Gordon Bennett Cup
  20. 20. 1901 1st American commercial car. Oldsmobile Curved Dash
  21. 21. 1902 Léon Serpollet’s steam engine car goes over 120 km/h
  22. 22. 1903 1st Ford vehicle : Model A
  23. 23. 1905 Rolls-Royce is open for business. Rolls-Royce 30 HP 1905
  24. 24. 1906 1st Grand Prix Ferenc Szisz vainqueur du GP de France sur Renault
  25. 25. 1906 1st French armored car Automitrailleuse Charron
  26. 26. 1908 Ford Model T
  27. 27. 1910 Barney Oldfield : 210 km/h on Blitzen Benz
  28. 28. 1911 1st Monte-Carlo Rally Winner Henri Rougier driving a Turcat-Mery 25 HP
  29. 29. 1911 1st 500 miles of Indianapolis
  30. 30. 1912 AUTOCANON: De Dion Prototype at Renault Co
  31. 31. 1914 Parisian Taxi transport troop to the front
  32. 32. Armored machine gun vehicle by 1915 Renault
  33. 33. 1915 Automobile Antiaircraft gun De Dion AUTOCANON
  34. 34. 1919 1st Citroën: Type A
  35. 35. Assembly line for Citroën Type A
  36. 36. 1920-1924 The Golden age of the cycle-cars. In Europe it is subjected to lower taxes.
  37. 37. 1922 Chevrolet: 1st « auto-radio » on commercial model.
  38. 38. 1922 Lancia Lambda 1st Unibody design
  39. 39. 1923 1st 24 Heures of Le Mans
  40. 40. 1924 1st High-Way Milan-Varèse: 85 km
  41. 41. 1926 Bugatti Royale: The most luxurious car ever. Engine 8 cylinders inline. 12.763 L. . Power: 300 Hp. Speed: 200 km/h
  42. 42. 1932 Malcolm Campbell : 400 km/h
  43. 43. 1934 Citroën Traction Avant 1st practical front-wheel drive car
  44. 44. 1934 Chrysler Airflow
  45. 45. 1936  WW Bug 
  46. 46. 1936 1st diesel powered car: Mercedes 260 D
  47. 47. 1939 1st air conditioned car: Packard Super Eight
  48. 48. 1940 Cadillac: 1st Automatic transmission
  49. 49. 1941 Jeep Willis
  50. 50. 1942 Gazogène (gas generator) “Gas generator or gasifier” for car. Powered car WW II in Europe using mostly wood charcoal or coal
  51. 51. 1945 Renault 4 CV
  52. 52. 1947 John Cobb: 633 km/h Railton Mobil Special. Two V12, 1350 Hp mounted on each axle .
  53. 53. 1948 Citroën 2 CV
  54. 54. 1950 1st F1 race.
  55. 55. 1951 Chrysler: 1st power steering
  56. 56. 1953 1st disc brakes : Jaguar XK 120
  57. 57. 1953 Chevrolet Corvette C1
  58. 58. 1954 Mercedes 300 SL
  59. 59. 1955 Citroën DS 19
  60. 60. 1957 Fiat 500
  61. 61. 1957 East German Trabant
  62. 62. 1959 Austin Mini
  63. 63. 1961 Renault 4L
  64. 64. 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO
  65. 65. 1963 1st Lamborghini
  66. 66. 1963 Porsche 911
  67. 67. 1964 Ford Mustang
  68. 68. 1966 4.5 millions Klm one car, same engine (Volvo P1800 ).
  69. 69. 1966 1st car with ABS : Jensen FF
  70. 70. 1970 Citroën SM
  71. 71. 1974 Volkswagen Golf
  72. 72. 1976 1st 6 wheels racing car Tyrell P34
  73. 73. 1979 1st Paris-Dakar Rally. Alain Génestier Winner on Range Rover
  74. 74. 1984 1st Minivan by Renault & Matra.
  75. 75. Ferrari F40 1987 . Engine V8 bi-turbo . Engine V8 bi-turbo . Displacement : 2.936 L . Power: 478 cV . Speed: 324 km/h
  76. 76. 1998 « The Smart » by Mercedes
  77. 77. 2000 GPS for car
  78. 78. 2004 Renault Logan
  79. 79. 2008 First fuel cell powered car (Hydrogen) Honda FCX Clarity
  80. 80. 2004 21 persons in a Mini Cooper
  81. 81. 2007 Highest altitude reached by a car Suzuki Samurai: 6688 meters in Chili.
  82. 82. 2009 Cheapest car in the world Tata Nano: 2 500 dollars (1 700 euros)
  83. 83. 2009 Longest distance on two wheels 371 klm/u with a BMW 316
  84. 84. 2012 Toyota: Largest car manufacturer in the world. More than 9 millions vehicles sold in 2012
  85. 85. 2013 The most expensive car Lamborghini Veneno: 3 000 000 Euros. . Engine V12, 6,5 litres . Power : 750 cV . Speed : 355 km/h
  86. 86. The End KNA Productions 2013 Eng version by Gd.

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