What Was The First Car Made Out Of?


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Anonymous answered
Exactly,  I was looking for materials as well
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Akshay Kalbag answered
The designs for the first-ever vehicles were drawn up by the Italians as early as in the 14th century. In fact, in 1335, Guido da Vigevano recorded the design for the first wind-driven vehicle that had windmills to drive the gears and then the wheels.

The second design, recorded by Vaturio, was also not built. Another design, for a tricycle with tiller steering and a differential mechanism between the two rear wheels which was driven by clockwork, was recorded by the multifaceted Leonardo da Vinci. A Catholic priest, Father Ferdinand Verbiest, was believed to have built a vehicle powered by steam for the Chinese emperor Chien Lung in about 1678.

The first steam engine with a cylinder and a piston was invented in 1712 by Thomas Newcomen, so Verbiest's invention was probably based on the same principle on which Hero's steam engine was built, which had a spinning wheel and jets on the periphery.
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Anonymous commented
that answer is useless,
it doesnt answer the Q properly,
its should be listing materials,
not explaining about cylinders etc.

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