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The automobile is one of the greatest inventions in human history. In general, it is a motorized wheeled vehicle capable of transporting a small group of passengers over long distances. It is typically driven by an Internal Combustion Engine (ICE). Modern car design is based on a concept patented back in 1886, by a German inventor Karl Benz (Benz Patent-Motorwagen). Ever since the Ford Motors company launched its massproduced Model T back in 1908, the number of cars increases each year. Although vastly improved since its early days, the working principle of the ICE remains more or less the same: a four-stroke engine that runs on energy produced by combusting liquid fuel and oxygen mixture, generating CO2 gas as a by-product.
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