Rubber Industry - Tires, Wheels, Rubber

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The head of the company was awarded the highest award of the Third Reich. In the late 1920s, the Soviet leadership had concluded an agreement for assistance in the construction of car plant in Nizhny Novgorod. By 1784 in Redruth (eng.)English. Before the First world war "Daimler-Motor-gesellshaft" managed to produce a wide range of their cars with different engines (from 1568 cm3 to 9575 cm3), designed for different consumers, including luxury, virtually silent cars using engines with valveless distribution produced by the American patent company "knight". Late periods were defined by trends in the size and style of appearance, and preferences of the intended use.

Again, no luck. At the insistence of the Consul of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in nice and concurrently head of the representative office of Daimler in France Emil Ellinek the car is named in honor of the virgin Mary of mercy (FR. Today this car is known as "the first car of Marcus". It was a 4 wheeled self-moving wheelchair, speeds up to 15 km/h. mobilis — moving) vehicle, in total auto-machinery, vehicles — motor cars road vehicle with a minimum of 3 wheels. Expanded model range. About 1870, in Vienna, Austria (then the Austro-Hungarian Empire), inventor Siegfried Marcus (English)English. αὐτο himself and lat. Come to a position of chief engineer in 1923 Ferdinand Porsche brought the experiments to their logical conclusion, creating in 1924, one of the most outstanding cars in the world — "Mercedes-24/100/140PS" with great chassis and six-cylinder supercharged engine with a volume of 6240 cm3 and a power of 100-140 HP By 1926, "Daimler-Motor-gesellshaft" produced at all of its plants in total 147961 the car, and maximum capacity was reached in 1918. It is well known that the first really used a car with a gasoline engine was developed simultaneously by several independent German inventors: Karl Benz built his first automobile in 1885 in Mannheim. In the 1930s, Ford built on the territory of Nazi Germany's production, which was produced for the needs of the Wehrmacht 12 crawler thousand and 48 thousand units of vehicles. Like other German car companies destroyed by the Second world war industrial base, BMW took years for the revival as a serious car manufacturer: in 1962, the company has launched the car, which allowed her to perform this task[8]. In 1770 and 1771 Nicolas-Joseph Cuneo demonstrated his experimental artillery tractor with a steam drive fardier à vapeur (steam wagon). In 1898 Louis Renault was installed on a De Dion Bouton De Dion-Bouton) driveshaft and differential with bevel gears, creating "probably the first ever hot rod". A modern car consists of 15-20 thousand parts of which 150-300 are the most important and requires most costs of operation[3].