A brief history of car development
The first vehicles were understood to be congested. The trap is from the beginning of the civilization to the Middle Ages as the only means of transport. Until the evolution of the corrugated circuits came when the two-wheelers evolved into a carriage with two axles, which in the first place increased the carrying capacity of the car. The transition to the two axles is also linked to the emergence of a revolving steering axle, or for the first appearance of the steering mechanism in the vehicle.
Chariots are further perfected, there is the emergence of movements, bearings, improvements in maneuverability, etc. In the 19th century, the densities were valid for the most advanced land vehicle, which achieved speeds of up to 30 km / h and for further advancement, it was already necessary to find a mechanical drive for vehicles.
We can not name the name behind the invention of the electric car, because the process of the invention was long lasting and encompassed a series of discoveries in the 19th century, which contributed to the emergence of the first electric car.
Innovators around the world (Hungary, the United States, the Netherlands) have been playing with the idea of car batteries when the first small electric cars were created. The first “electric carriage” comes from Great Britain, under the aegis of Robert Anderson, but until the second half of the 19th century, he never gave his gasman to buy a car in exchange for an electric car.