Long before the ease of invygo subscriptions, Ubers and local dealerships, steam engine-powered road vehicles ruled the roads. But what was the tipping point between steam and the age of the modern, gas-powered automobile? Here’s a quick timeline.
As we zip through time, the introduction of cars eventually lead to the invention of modern road systems. Many more inventions were introduced to create the modern car we know today. From the first electric-powered window (1948) to power steering (1951), cruise control (1957), three-point seat belts (1959), and heated seats (1966) all of which have become standard. Are there facts you think we’ve missed, or any other details you’d like to know? Let us know in the comments below.