Who Invented the First Gasoline Engine?

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The first gasoline powered 4-stroke internal combustible engine was invented by a man named Alphonse Beau de Rochas in 1862. This eliminated the need for steam powered engines.
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There is not really any one inventer of the gas engine, many people throughout history contributed to it. To illustrate here are some examples. Christian Huygens designed the first
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Maybe you heard Henry Ford was but Carl Benz generally is acknowledged as the inventor of the modern automobile. The gasoline engine is attributed to Nicolaus Otto who produced spark-ignited
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Nikolaus August Otto had invented and patented the gasoline engine by 1876,
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The first gas engine was invented by Etienne Lenior. He was a Frenchman and was the first to patent his engine. He drove it from city to city in 1862. You can find more information here: www.ausbcomp.com
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