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    The Automobile The automobile is one of the few inventions that has had a great impact on the world. The first automobile was invented by Karl Benz, from Germany, in 1885. However, the first Canadian automobile was built in 1867 by Henry Seth Taylor, and was regarded as a novelty. The automotive industry began in 1904 with Henry Ford’s establishment of the Ford Motor Company in Canada, Ltd. Canada later became the world’s second largest vehicle producer and a major exporter of automobiles and auto

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    Josh Ricke English 11B Trimester 3 Ms. Johnson May 10 2014 The Invention of The Automobile Since the 1900s Automobiles have revolutionized the way people traveled across the globe. Automobiles have been around for about a whole century and have came a long way. Although it is believed Henry Ford invented the automobile, In reality the Baushke family built America's first car in Benton Harbor, Michigan in 1894. In American History Henry Ford’s famous Model T was very popular in the early 1900s

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    1920s Automobiles Before the invention of cars, many people traveled by feet or by horse. A German invented the first automobile, which soon made their way to the United States. Before the 1900s, automobiles were built with three wheels and could hold a maximum of two people. There were no windows and if you’re lucky, you may have a shaded cover. As time passed by, more and more cars gained different technology. New technology has improved the production of the cars and increased the numbers of

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    the idea that sparked a global change among nations, the automobile. While the automobile sparked a growth in economic status, employment rates, and improvement in the functionality of people’s everyday lives, the invention of the automobile also takes a debilitating toll on the environment, nonrenewable resources, and the health of humans. When did the havoc of the automobile begin? Although most people deem Henry Ford the father of automobiles, most historians agree that the birth of the modern car

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    Automobile Automobiles is a big part of a modern Americans daily life but it all started in 1672 when steam powered vehicle was made as a toy for the Chinese emperor it was very small and couldn’t carry a driver of the emperor himself but it was the first steam powered automobile. But is in the 18thcentury steam powered vehicle was made large enough to move cargo form one place to another. But in 1768 when the first steam powered automobile by Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot he was however not noticed for

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    Henry Ford's business model made the automobile not only affordable for the general public but also a necessity that underlined the fabric of American culture and the economy simultaneously. Throughout the 1920's, the automobile became a symbol of American prosperity and captivated the psychological interest of the general public. As automobiles became more attainable, they were viewed as an indispensable vehicle to increased mobility and ultimately freedom of choice. This newfound freedom had profound

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    Automobiles The invention of the automobile in the early 20th century has had an adverse affect on our environment. Our society has used technology in order to advance the automobile to make it better and more efficient. The automobile industry knows what sells and they take advantage of that. With this growing technology to advance automobiles also comes flaws. The biggest and most obvious flaw is pollution. Because of pollution, we find ourselves asking the question of whether this technology

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    Pavan Kumar 120 Rajarshi Mukherjee 131 Vishakha Vartak 154 Vivek Mohandas 158   AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY DYNAMICS The Automobile Industry plays a very important role in the manufacturing scenario of India accounting for 22% of the country’s manufacturing GDP3. The automobile sector is widely perceived to be a good indicator of the Indian Economy. Today, India has become the outsourcing hub for many of the global automobile manufacturers. The Auto industry compromises of four segments1: passenger vehicles(15%)

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    Automobiles and Pollution

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    Automobiles and Pollution In years past, levels of air, noise, and sight pollution were much lower than they are today. There are more cars on the road today, and because of this we experience higher levels of pollution than before. The automobile is probably the leading contributor pollution in our cities. They release toxic emissions into our atmosphere. Automobiles are linked particularly to carbon monoxide pollution. They are noisy (especially if you are living near the highway), and they

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    Automobiles Then and Now

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    Automobiles Then and Now The automobile has become an important part in our nations economy. In fact such an important part that is has called for many changes through out its history. One of the main changes is the body. In the 1950's the body was made mostly of steel. This was okay if you like bulky, heavy, gas guzzling cars. The main reason why steel was so widely used is that the steel industry was so huge and steel was so cheep that it was the logical thing to use. However with all the

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