Sometimes the laws that drive history are hidden in the simplest of events. In 1756, attracted by the action of opening the bottle cap with the steam of the kettle on the stove in the small rented apartment, Watt gradually developed the prototype of the principle of the piston reciprocating steam engine. This tool, which was ridiculed by many watch manufacturers at the time and had no effect, became the cornerstone of the continuous spread of the industrial Consumer Email List revolution with Britain as the core after five years.
After nearly a hundred years of hard work, in the 1880s, the small internal combustion engine finally made a technological breakthrough. In 1885, Karl Benz built the first three-wheeled car. This car, kicked off the world now built on wheels. In 1901, the first Mercedes car, designed by Wilhelm Maybach, came out. With a honeycomb radiator and a low center of gravity, the car Consumer Email List was the first vehicle to completely break away from the buggy design and resemble the shape of a modern car.
With this car, William Maybach is known as the "father of the car" in the automotive industry. Even after a war, the auto industry only worked hard on Consumer Email List the power of the engine until 1910, when Ford integrated the assembly line production process and integrated body technology invented by itself.