The first car was invented in 1885 by German engineer Karl Benz.
In 1879, German engineer Karl Benz successfully tested a two-stroke experimental engine for the first time.
In October 1883, he founded the "Benz Company and Rhein Gas Engine Factory". In 1885, he made the first Benz-patented motor vehicle in Mannheim. The car was a three-wheeled vehicle, using one and two A gasoline engine with a single stroke of 0.9 hp, this car has some basic features of modern cars, such as spark ignition, water cooling cycle, steel tube frame, leaf spring suspension, rear-wheel drive front wheel steering and brake handles.
On January 29, 1886, German engineer Karl Benz applied for a patent for his motor vehicle.
In November of the same year, Karl Benz's three-wheeled motor vehicle obtained a German patent (patent number: 37435a). This is recognized as the first modern car in the world. For the above reasons, people generally regard 1886 as the first year of the automobile, and some scholars regard the year when Karl Benz was made into the first three-wheeled automobile (1885) as the birth year of the automobile.
Karl Friedrich Benz (Karl Friedrich Benz, November 25, 1844-April 4, 1929), one of the founders of the famous German Daimler-Benz automobile company, a pioneer in the modern automobile industry One of them is known as the "father of automobiles" and "originator of automobiles."
Karl Friedrich Benz German, inventor, inventor of the automobile (he and Daimler invented the automobile independently).