Later, in 1791, Russian designer, inventor and engineer Ivan Kulibin created 3 wheel self-propelled carriage, which can reach speeds of up to 16.2 km/h. This car has never participated in competitions and up to 1965 and Jensen FF (English) four-wheel-drive sports car in serial production. In 2004, the experts of the Museum of the history of science of Florence were able to recover according to the drawings of this car, thus proving the correctness of the ideas of Leonardo. Firm Stanley released cars on the steam run until 1927. Overall, since the start of production in 1886 and prior to the merger with "Daimler-Motor-Gesellschaft" in 1926, the company "Benz" produced 47555 vehicles, including passenger cars, trucks and omnibuses.
The head of the company was awarded the highest award of the Third Reich. In 1890, Gottlieb Daimler in the district of bad Canstatt (Stuttgart) started the company in its own name — "Daimler-Motor-gesellshaft", decided to release created four years earlier by himself and taking an active part, Wilhelm Maybach, four-wheel vehicle. In Russia in the 1780s, Ivan Kulibin began work on the carriage with a steam engine and pedals. In seven years, losing to Daimler championship, Karl Benz builds its four-wheeled car, and next year even better design under the strange name "Bicycle" goes to series. αὐτο himself and lat.
In the same year, Cadillac (formed by the English. The strategy of BMW in the postwar years was to try to improve things due to the production of motorcycles with low power, as the Allies allowed BMW to war and to produce motorcycles with an engine capacity of only up to 250 cm3, and forbade the production of large and comfortable sedans.[citation 514 days] in addition, the company lost the plant in Eisenach, which remained on the territory occupied by Soviet troops, and then in the newly formed GDR. Overall, since the start of production in 1886 and prior to the merger with "Daimler-Motor-Gesellschaft" in 1926, the company "Benz" produced 47555 vehicles, including passenger cars, trucks and omnibuses. It was a 4 wheeled self-moving wheelchair, speeds up to 15 km/h. Lightweight, high-performance engine has reached 75 km/h and could gain from 300 to 1000 rpm. Four-stroke gasoline (gasolinevin) internal combustion engine, which is the most common form of modern self-propelled movement — development, German inventor Nikolaus Otto. Essentially, the early history of the automobile can be divided into stages, which differ in the predominant mode of self-propelled movement. In the nineteenth century, the steam-powered coaches and rothery (steam tractors, that is trackless locomotives) for conventional roads were built in England, France and used in several European countries, including Russia, but they were heavy, hungry and uncomfortable, so not widely received. Immediately after the war Paul Daimler starts experimenting with the compressor, allowing one and a half times to increase the power of the engine. In the Renaissance and later in several European countries "self-propelled" truck and crews with spring engine built in single numbers to participate in the masquerades and parades.