1.The 1931 Bugatti Royale Kellner Coupe was sold for $8.7 million in 1987 is by far the most expensive car.

2.The famous known car brand’s name ‘Rolls-Royce’ should always be written with a hyphen in the middle in order to represent the founder’s, Charles Rolls and Henry Royce surnames. The city with more number of Rolls-Royce per capita is Hongcong.

3.The car that sold more than one million units in 1965, setting a record that even stands till date is the Chevrolet Impala.

4.World’s first motor-accident was in 1769. The vehicle is still preserved in the Conservatoire Nationale des Arts et Metiers in Paris.

5.The first car was invented in the year 1672 by Ferdinand Verbiest.The first steam car was invented in 1769 by Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot in France.The first gasoline automobile was made in 1885 by Karl Friedrich of Germany.

6.An airbag of a car takes only 40 milliseconds to inflate after an accident. It kills 1 person to 22 lives they save.

7.The Traffic lights were first installed in Cleveland, Ohio in 1914.On average a human being spends two weeks of their entire lives waiting for traffic lights to change.

8.The longest car ever built was Limousine. It measured 100 foot. The haviest Limousine “Midnight Rider” weighs 50,560 pounds and houses up to 40 passengers has three lounges and a seperate bar.

9.Ferrari makes about 14 cars everyday.

10.The largest speeding fine ever given is $1,000,000 to a Swedish man who got clocked doing 180mph in Switzerland. Unfortunately for him Switzerland has no fixed penalties for speeding; instead to price of a ticket is based on the speed and the salary of the driver in question.


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