Who was the First Person to Invent a Car?

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The first car which was powered by steam was invented by Ferdinand Verbiest in the year 1672. The first electric car was invented by Robert Anderson and the first gasoline-petrol car was invented by Karl Friedrich Benz in 1885/1886. You can find out more information here: www.malaysiaminilover.com
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