What Are Automobiles?


Automobiles are vehicles that are powered by an engine, typically using a gasoline fuel. They can seat up to eight people and have a wide variety of styles, from luxury limousines to minivans to SUVs.

The term automobile is derived from the French words auto- (“self”) + mobile (“moving”). The history of the automobile is rich and varied, but it’s often said that Karl Benz of Germany invented the modern automobile in 1885 or 1886. This is not totally accurate, however, as several different inventors tried to create a successful vehicle prior to Benz’s invention.

Modern life is inconceivable without access to an automobile. Having a car gives you more freedom to travel and to use your time as you wish. You won’t have to worry about missing a bus, and you can travel long distances safely and comfortably.

Whether you’re going to work or shopping, an automobile allows you to go where you want, when you want. Having your own vehicle also means that you won’t have to rely on others for transportation and that you can save money on gas, car-related expenses, and wear and tear fees.

The body of an automobile determines how the vehicle looks and houses many of the system components. It also supports the vehicle’s structure, handles the aerodynamics of the automobile, and determines its safety. The suspension system is responsible for the smooth ride of an automobile. It uses springs that are attached to the chassis and shock absorbers that are made of tubes and chambers filled with hydraulic fluid.

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