Who Made the First Electric Car?

Electric cars being charged at a charging station 

Many of us are of the view that we are witnessing the birth of electric and hybrid vehicles today even though these vehicles were introduced somewhere around 100 years ago. The popularity of hybrid, plug-in hybrid or all-electric has pushed prominent vehicle manufacturers to come out with their offerings as well. At … Read more

When Was the First Automobile Invented?

A 1927 Ford Model T

When it comes to determining when was the first automobile invented and by whom, the success and invention cannot be attributed to a single individual. Progress and developments were made from time to time until some important personalities such as Karl Benz stepped into the game and change the course of history. … Read more

The Interesting History of the Tucker ‘48

Tucker ’48 brochure

The Tucker ’48 was an innovative vehicle that was conceptualized and built by renowned American entrepreneur Preston Thomas Tucker and his company in 1948. This model is considered one of the rarest cars in the world, as there were only 51 production units and prototypes that were made for. Even though it … Read more

The Fascinating History of the Dodge Coronet

Dodge Coronet

The Coronet is one of Dodge’s most popular models, and it was so well-received that there are a total of eight generations for it between 1949 and 1980. However, there are some particular models in the line that is considered as some of the rarest cars in the world, and one of … Read more

The Fascinating History of the Ferrari 250

Ferrari 250 GTO miniature

The Ferrari 250 is arguably one of the most popular lines that Ferrari has offered in their history of car manufacturing. It is in the 250 line that car enthusiasts have seen the rarest and most expensive cars in the vintage market, and its reverence in the car world is likely due … Read more

The Interesting History of the Rolls-Royce 15 hp

Rolls-Royce logo

The Rolls-Royce 15 hp is considered as one of the first vehicles that were designed by the company since the agreement of engineer Henry Royce and aviator Charles Rolls to form Rolls-Royce, although the car was credited only to Royce’s company, “Royce Limited.” The 15 hp is mostly notable for its stunning … Read more

The Interesting History of the Leyat Helica

plane propeller

The LeyatHelica is a peculiar vehicle, mainly because it uses propellers found in airplanes instead of engines to move forward. It was a unique idea that was conceptualized by the Leyatcompany’s founder, Marcel Leyat, who believes that the technology used in airplanes can also be applied to cars. Some people bought into … Read more

The Interesting History of the Bugatti Royale

Bugatti Royale 41100

The Bugatti Royale is considered as one of the rarest cars in the world, with some even considering it as the number one rarest because of the total number of units manufactured. Bugatti reported that there were seven Bugatti Royale vehicles that were made from 1927 to 1933, but there are only … Read more

The Interesting History of the Aston Martin Bulldog

Aston Martin logo

The Bulldog is a rather peculiar vehicle for Aston Martin, as it featured a futuristic, low, and sleek appearance that one couldn’t find in any Aston Martin vehicle from the 1970s, which was the period where the Bulldog was released. Aston Martin was planning to produce 15 to 25 Bulldogs in 1979, … Read more

The Fascinating History of the Oldsmobile F-88

Oldsmobile logo

Vehicles that were designed and produced by Oldsmobile are rare, but none is rarer than the F-88, which was built in 1954. Deemed to be a concept or dream car, it is widely believed that there was only one F-88 made, but there are some saying that there are actually two that … Read more

The Fascinating History of the Talbot-Lago Grand Sport

Talbot-Lago Grand Sport

Talbot-Lago was a small automobile manufacturer that was operated from 1916 to 1959. Because of the relatively short lifespan of Talbot-Lago, there were not a lot of units or models from the brand that exists today, and although most of them are rare, there was one particular model that was considered the … Read more

The Interesting History of the Phantom Corsair

the Phantom Corsair

The Phantom Corsair is a prototype car that was designed by the Bohman&Schwarts Company in 1938. This vehicle is considered by many car enthusiasts to be ahead of its time, as its unique appearance is now commonly seen in most sports cars today. Because it has a futuristic look, there were not … Read more

The Interesting History of the Mercedes-Benz 300 SL

front portion of the 300 SL

The Mercedes-Benz 300 SL is a rare sports car that was manufactured by Mercedes-Benz from 1954 to 1963. The 300 SL has two versions, the first being the Coupe that is streamlined and cheaper, while the second is the Roadster that features more expensive parts and a more powerful engine. Because the … Read more