How Fast Did the First Car Go?

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How fast the first car ever made could go, is dependent on who you ask. Most people will tell you that Ford was the first person to come up with a car, while others realize cars have been around since the late 1700s. The first car to ever be able to move under its own power was able to go 2 miles per hour, the car was designed by Nicholas Joseph Cugnot, in Paris France. There is a display at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington
D. C showing what the car looked like, with a story on how it came to be.
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