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The development of automobiles

The development of automobiles

Automobiles have evolved a lot since the late 19th century.

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automobile, passenger transportation, vehicle, car, car manufacturing, mass production, internal combustion engine, engine, petrol engine, diesel engine, electric motor, invention, history of transport, history of technology, technology, transportation, geography

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