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Depends on definition what an automobile is. The first self-propelled vehicle with an internal-combustion engine (as definition is generally) was built by Carl Benz in Germany in 1889.
The first steam-powered land vehicle was the "Fardier" by Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot, introduced in 1769. It had a 2-cylinder steam engine and was intended for trailing guns for the French artillery but failed that duty. Nevertheless, it was driveable. It still exists in France.
The first Automobile was built in USA. Henry Ford built the first automobile.
The very first automobile ever built was the Cugnot Steam Trolley. It was designed and built between 1769 and 1771 by Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot.
The first practical automobile was built in Mannheim, Germany in 1885 by Karl Benz.
The first practical automobile "Motorwagon" was built by Karl Benz in Germany in 1885.
Henry Ford did not invent the first automobile but Nickolas Joseph Cugnot of France built the first gas powered automobile in 1769.
Karl Friedrich Benz built the first true gasoline automobile in 1885 in Mannheim, Germany.
The first practicle gasoline powered automobile was invented and built in 1885 by Karl Benz in Germany.
The first person to build a gas engine was built by Daimler or Karl Benz.
In 1893 Charles and J. Frank Duryea invented the first gas-powered automobile. Surprisingly, the electric-powered car was invented before the gas powered automobile. The first electric car was built in 1874 by Edward Field.
The very first vehicle he built was the Quadracycle in 1896.
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Karl Benz patented the first automobile in 1885
The Oruktor Amphibolos (a steam powered wagon) was the first automobile built in Philadelphia PA in 1805 by Oliver Evans.
Nicolas-Joseph Cugnot built the first automobile in 1769, it was a steam powered tricycle
He did not invent the first automobile. The first practical automobile was invented by Karl Benz in Germany 1885 a full 8 years before Elwood Haynes built his first car.
No, the first Buick was built in 1903. There were no practical cars built in 1877. The First practical automobile was built in Germany by Karl Benz in 1885.
Henry Ford founded the Ford Motor Company, which is one of the greatest automobile companies in America's History today. Ford was also the famous inventor who built the Model T automobile in 1908 for the 1909 model year, which was the world's first affordable automobile.
The first practical automobile was built by Karl Benz in Germany 1885.
He built his first car the Quadricycle in 1896. He did not invent the first practical automobile. The first practical auto was built by Karl Benz in 1885.
He is credited as having built (and sold) the first production automobile.
The 1886 Patent Motorwagen, off the top of my head.
President William McKinley was the first president to ride in an automobile, but it was not until the presidency of Theodore Roosevelt that the first government-owned automobile was used, a white Stanley Steamer.