Cars | Automobiles

Cars | Automobiles

Description
Description

Cars, also known as automobiles, are wheeled vehicles primarily used for transportation. Most definitions specify that they run on roads, have seats for one to eight people, typically have four wheels, and are constructed to chiefly transport people rather than goods. Cars have evolved to include a plethora of features for safety, comfort, and efficiency. These include seat belts, airbags, navigation systems, and fuel-efficient or electric engines. Beyond practical use, cars can symbolize status, freedom, and personal taste. They serve not only as a means of getting from point A to point B but also as platforms for personal expression and technological innovation.

History
History

Cars began as a novel invention in the late 19th century, evolving from steam-powered vehicles to gas engines. Karl Benz's 1886 Motorwagen is widely regarded as the first true car. Over time, Henry Ford revolutionized the industry with the Model T and assembly line production, making cars affordable for the masses.

From luxurious cruisers of the roaring '20s to the muscle cars of the '60s and the efficient compacts introduced during the oil crises of the '70s, automobiles have mirrored societal changes. Innovations in safety, performance, and comfort turned cars into a global staple of personal transport and a canvas for personal style and technological progress.

Future
Future

Cars are shifting towards electric power, with batteries replacing fuel tanks and silence overtaking engine roars. Self-driving technology might transform vehicles into lounges on wheels, where drivers become passengers. Car sharing could be as common as hailing a cab today, with apps summoning autonomous rides.

Expect more cars with solar roofs, AI interfaces that predict your needs, and designs that blend with eco-conscious trends. The role of cars in culture may evolve too, from status symbols to shared resources, or high-tech hubs connecting with smart city environments, embodying a commitment to sustainability and a new, interconnected mobility.

Common Questions
Common Questions
What are the benefits of all-wheel drive versus front-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive?

All-wheel drive (AWD) provides better traction in various driving conditions by distributing power to all four wheels, enhancing handling in wet or snowy conditions. Front-wheel drive (FWD) offers good traction while being more fuel-efficient and mechanically simpler, making it cost-effective. Rear-wheel drive (RWD) excels in balance and handling, preferred for high-performance and luxury vehicles due to better weight distribution and driving dynamics.

What regular maintenance do cars require?

Regular car maintenance typically includes oil changes every 3,000 to 5,000 miles, tire rotation and pressure checks, brake inspections, fluid level checks and top-ups for coolant, brake, and transmission fluids, air and cabin filter replacements, battery inspections, and checking the condition of belts and hoses. Adhering to the manufacturer's service schedule is essential for vehicle longevity.

How do car insurance premiums get calculated?

Car insurance premiums are calculated based on factors including the driver's age, driving history, credit score, and location. The type of car, its value, and safety features also play a role. Coverage levels, deductible amounts, and the frequency of claims in the policyholder's area influence the cost. Insurers assess the risk of insuring a driver and price the premium accordingly.

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4’6” | 1.37 m
6’1” | 1.85 m
13’9” | 4.19 m
2,965 lb | 1,345 kg
2009
Audi TT (2009)
137.000
185.000
419.000
1345.000
2009.00
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Audi TT (2009)
4’6” | 1.37 m
6’ | 1.83 m
15’3” | 4.65 m
3,470 lb | 1,574 kg
2014
BMW 4 Series (2014)
137.000
183.000
465.000
1574.000
2014.00
GUIDE
3D
BMW 4 Series (2014)
4’8” | 1.42 m
6’4” | 1.93 m
16’6” | 5.03 m
4,439 lb | 2013 kg
2015
Dodge Challenger (2015)
142.000
193.000
503.000
2013.000
2015.00
GUIDE
3D
Dodge Challenger (2015)
4’11”-5’ | 1.49-1.52 m
5’4” | 1.63 m
11’4” | 3.57 m
2,366 - 2,512 lbs | 1073-1139 kg
2015
Fiat 500
152.000
163.000
357.000
1139.000
2015.00
GUIDE
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Fiat 500
4’6” | 1.37 m
6’3” | 1.91 m
15’8” | 4.78 m
3,705 lb | 1681 kg
2015
Ford Mustang GT (2015)
137.000
191.000
478.000
1681.000
2015.00
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Ford Mustang GT (2015)
4’8” | 1.42 m
5’9” | 1.75 m
14’11” | 4.55 m
2,873 lb | 1,303 kg
2014
Honda Civic (2014)
142.000
175.000
455.000
1303.000
2014.00
GUIDE
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Honda Civic (2014)
5'4" | 1.63 m
5'11" | 1.80 m
13'7" | 4.14 m
3,232 lb | 1466 kg
2018
Kia Soul (2018)
163.000
180.000
414.000
1466.000
2018.00
GUIDE
3D
Kia Soul (2018)
44.7” | 113.6 cm
6’8” | 2.03 m
15’8” | 4.78 m
3472 lb | 1575 kg
2011-2017
Lamborghini Aventador
113.600
203.000
478.000
1575.000
2011.00
115000
GUIDE
3D
Lamborghini Aventador
5’11” | 1.8 m
7’ | 2.14 m
15’10” | 4.82 m
4,652 lb | 2,110 kg
2016
Mercedes-Benz GLE
180.000
214.000
482.000
2110.000
2016.00
GUIDE
3D
Mercedes-Benz GLE
4’8” | 1.42 m
5’8” | 1.73 m
12’4”-12’9” | 3.73-3.86 m
2,605 lb | 1,182 kg
2014
Mini Cooper (2014)
142.000
173.000
386.000
1182.000
2014.00
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Mini Cooper (2014)
4.3’ | 1.31 m
5.4’ | 1.65 m
14’ | 4.28 m
3020 lb | 1370 kg
1993
Porsche 911 Carrera (1994)
131.000
165.000
428.000
1370.000
1993.00
GUIDE
3D
Porsche 911 Carrera (1994)
4'9" | 1.45 m
6'10" | 2.09 m
15’5” | 4.7 m
2018
Tesla Model 3
145.000
209.000
470.000
2018.00
GUIDE
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Tesla Model 3
56.9” | 144.5 cm
7’2” (86.2”) | 218.9 cm
16’4” (196”) | 497 cm
488.3 lb | 2215 kg
2012
Tesla Model S
144.500
218.900
497.000
2215.000
2012.00
188000
GUIDE
3D
Tesla Model S
44.4” | 112.7 cm
6’1” (72.9”) | 185.1 cm
12’11” (155.4”) | 394.6 cm
2723 lb | 1235 kg
2008-2012
Tesla Roadster (2008)
112.700
185.100
394.600
1235.000
2008.00
2900
GUIDE
3D
Tesla Roadster (2008)
4’9” | 1.45 m
5’10” | 1.78 m
15’3” | 4.65 m
2014
Toyota Corolla
145.000
178.000
465.000
2014.00
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Toyota Corolla
4’10” | 1.47 m
5’9” | 1.75 m
14’11” | 4.55 m
3,075 lb | 1,395 kg
2016
Toyota Prius (2016)
147.000
175.000
455.000
1395.000
2016.00
GUIDE
3D
Toyota Prius (2016)
4’9” | 1.45 m
5’8” | 1.73 m
13’1” | 3.99 m
2,500 lb | 1,134 kg
2012
Toyota Prius C (2012)
145.000
173.000
399.000
1134.000
2012.00
GUIDE
3D
Toyota Prius C (2012)
5’1” | 1.55 m
5’.5” | 1.54 m
13’4.5” | 4.08 m
1,760-1,850 lb | 800-840 kg
1967
VW Beetle Type 1
155.000
154.000
408.000
840.000
1967.00
GUIDE
3D
VW Beetle Type 1
5’2” | 1.57 m
5’8” | 1.72 m
13’7” | 4.13 m
2,712 lb | 1230 kg
1997-2011
VW New Beetle
157.000
172.000
413.000
1230.000
2011.00
GUIDE
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VW New Beetle
2013
Volkswagen Golf (2013)
2013.00
GUIDE
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Volkswagen Golf (2013)
Toyota Prius (2016)

The Toyota Prius (2016) boasts of being a fuel economy car with roomy seating, ample cargo space, and a hushed cabin. It also spots an elegantly designed interior with a cushioned ride that shrugs off bumps nicely and a comfortable driving position, which makes it a great family car. Unlike the previous generations of the Prius which were compact or subcompact cars, the 2016 model is a full hybrid electric mid-size car available either in 4-door sedan or a 5-door liftback body style.

The Toyota Prius (2016) has an overall length of 14’11” (4.55 m), wheelbase of 8’10” | 2.69 m), a width of 5’9” (1.75 m), and height of 4’10” (1.47 m).

Collection of measured drawings of the Toyota Prius (2016) with dimensions for length, wheelbase, height, and width
The Toyota Prius (2016) boasts of being a fuel economy car with roomy seating, ample cargo space, and a hushed cabin. It also spots an elegantly designed interior with a cushioned ride that shrugs off bumps nicely and a comfortable driving position, which makes it a great family car.

The Toyota Prius (2016) has an overall length of 14’11” (4.55 m), wheelbase of 8’10” | 2.69 m), a width of 5’9” (1.75 m), and height of 4’10” (1.47 m).

Collection of measured drawings of the Toyota Prius (2016) with dimensions for length, wheelbase, height, and width
Toyota Prius (2016)
Height:
4’10” | 1.47 m
Width:
5’9” | 1.75 m
Length:
14’11” | 4.55 m
Depth:
Weight:
3,075 lb | 1,395 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 8’10” | 2.69 m

Model
Prius
Automaker
Toyota
Year
2016

Drawings include:
Toyota Prius side elevation, front, back, plan

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Fiat 500

The Fiat 500 is an iconic Italian subcompact car known for its personality and easy urban driving.

The Fiat 500 (2015) has an overall length of 11’4” (3.57 m), wheelbase of 7.6' (2.31 m), a width of 5’4” (1.63 m), and height of 4’11”-5’ (1.49-1.52 m).

Illustrated side, front, back, and plan views of a Fiat 500 with dimensions
The Fiat 500 is an iconic Italian subcompact car known for its personality and easy urban driving.

The Fiat 500 (2015) has an overall length of 11’4” (3.57 m), wheelbase of 7.6' (2.31 m), a width of 5’4” (1.63 m), and height of 4’11”-5’ (1.49-1.52 m).

Illustrated side, front, back, and plan views of a Fiat 500 with dimensions
Fiat 500
Height:
4’11”-5’ | 1.49-1.52 m
Width:
5’4” | 1.63 m
Length:
11’4” | 3.57 m
Depth:
Weight:
2,366 - 2,512 lbs | 1073-1139 kg
Area:

MPG: 28 city | 33 highway
Horsepower: 135-160 hp
Wheelbase: 7.6' | 2.31 m

Model
500
Automaker
Fiat
Year
2015

Drawings include:
Fiat 500 side elevation, front, back, plan

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Audi TT (2009)

The Audi TT (2009) is a sports car built by Audi and marketed by the Volkswagen Group. It is usually available as a 2-door coupe and 2-door roadster variants with excellent driving position and supportive seats. The Audi TT (2009) has a well designed and upscale interior with a considerable amount of cargo space. It usually targets high-end consumers who prefer sophistication, performance, and style.

The Audi TT (2009) has an overall length of 13’9” (4.19 m), wheelbase of 8’1” (2.46 m), a width of 6’1” (1.85 m), and height of 4’6” (1.37 m).

Collection of measured drawings of the Audi TT (2009) with dimensions for length, wheelbase, height and width
The Audi TT (2009) is a sports car built by Audi and marketed by the Volkswagen Group. It is usually available as a 2-door coupe and 2-door roadster variants with excellent driving position and supportive seats. The Audi TT (2009) has a well designed and upscale interior.

The Audi TT (2009) has an overall length of 13’9” (4.19 m), wheelbase of 8’1” (2.46 m), a width of 6’1” (1.85 m), and height of 4’6” (1.37 m).

Collection of measured drawings of the Audi TT (2009) with dimensions for length, wheelbase, height and width
Audi TT (2009)
Height:
4’6” | 1.37 m
Width:
6’1” | 1.85 m
Length:
13’9” | 4.19 m
Depth:
Weight:
2,965 lb | 1,345 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 8’1” | 2.46 m

Model
TT (Two Door)
Automaker
Audi
Year
2009

Drawings include:
Audi TT side elevation, front, back, plan

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Honda Civic (2014)

The Honda Civic (2014) is the ninth generation of the Civic sporting a premium interior, zippy engines, and refined handling and high ratings for crash safety. It is compact, stylish with roomy interiors and available either as a coupe or sedan body style. Other features in the Honda Civic include a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen, passenger-side mirror having camera mount LaneWatch blind-spot monitoring, Honda-link connected car technology, and a “Smart Entry” push-start button.

The Honda Civic (2014) has an overall length of 14’11” (4.55 m), wheelbase of 8’9” (2.67 m), a width of 5’9” (1.75 m), and height of 4’8” (1.42 m).

Dimensioned drawings of the Honda Civic (2014) measuring length, wheelbase, height and width
The Honda Civic (2014) is the ninth generation of the Civic sporting a premium interior, zippy engines, and refined handling and high ratings for crash safety. It is compact, stylish with roomy interiors and available either as a coupe or sedan body style.

The Honda Civic (2014) has an overall length of 14’11” (4.55 m), wheelbase of 8’9” (2.67 m), a width of 5’9” (1.75 m), and height of 4’8” (1.42 m).

Dimensioned drawings of the Honda Civic (2014) measuring length, wheelbase, height and width
Honda Civic (2014)
Height:
4’8” | 1.42 m
Width:
5’9” | 1.75 m
Length:
14’11” | 4.55 m
Depth:
Weight:
2,873 lb | 1,303 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 8’9” | 2.67 m

Model
Civic (4 Door)
Automaker
Honda
Year
2014

Drawings include:
Honda Civic Scoside elevation, front, back, plan

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Tesla Roadster (2008)
Comparison illustration of the size of a Tesla Roadster (2008) to a typical person

The Tesla Roadster is a battery elective vehicle (BEV) that was produced by Tesla in California from 2008 to 2012. It was the first highway legal serial production all-electric car to use lithium-ion battery cells. The Tesla Roadster was also the first car to be launched into orbit; it was carried by a Falcon Heavy rocket in a test flight on 02,06,2018. The vehicle can travel more than 320 kilometers (200 miles) per charge, and it was the first to do so. Tesla sold around 2,500 Roadsters in over 30 countries, and the last few vehicles were sold in Europe and Asia in the fourth quarter of 2012.

The Tesla Roadster (2008) has a total length of 12’11” (155.4” | 394.6 cm), overall width of 6’1” (72.9” | 185.1 cm), and height of 44.4” (112.7 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Roadster (2008) is 7’9” (92.6” | 235.2 cm) with a curb weight of 2723 lb (1235 kg).

Series of dimensioned illustrations of the Tesla Roadster (2008)
The Tesla Roadster is a battery elective vehicle (BEV) that was produced by Tesla in California from 2008 to 2012. It was the first highway legal serial production all-electric car to use lithium-ion battery cells. The Tesla Roadster was also the first car to be launched into orbit.

The Tesla Roadster (2008) has a total length of 12’11” (155.4” | 394.6 cm), overall width of 6’1” (72.9” | 185.1 cm), and height of 44.4” (112.7 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Roadster (2008) is 7’9” (92.6” | 235.2 cm) with a curb weight of 2723 lb (1235 kg).

Series of dimensioned illustrations of the Tesla Roadster (2008)
Tesla Roadster (2008)
Height:
44.4” | 112.7 cm
Width:
6’1” (72.9”) | 185.1 cm
Length:
12’11” (155.4”) | 394.6 cm
Depth:
Weight:
2723 lb | 1235 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 7’9” (92.6”) | 235.2 cm

Model
Automaker
Tesla
Year
2008-2012

Drawings include:

Tesla Roadster (2008) side elevation, front, back, top

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