It has been lot of time, over a century since the first mass-produced car which was also known as The Ford Model-T reached the consumer and since then, cars have transformed from gas-guzzling monstrosities to energy-efficient automobiles. Now you might also be wondering to take a car, then what would be best time to get car?

The UK’s largest online car finance have commissioned their own research to give an in-depth look into the evolution of the Ford motorcar, with a detailed information graphic looking at models from the last century with Automotive Success Industry. Whether you love or loathe them, Ford have always been one of the largest and most successful automakers in the world, and the infographic shows the significant progress of the ‘evolution of the car’ – using the iconic Ford models to track this progress.

This progress starts in 1908 with the Ford Model T which weighed 1,500 lbs and run at 21 miles per gallon (MPG) on petrol, and showcases a host of other models across a timeline of events which cover unleaded fuel being introduced in 1975, the oil crisis in 1979 and the continuing energy crisis in the 2000s.

The evolution timeline ends in the present day with the 2012 Ford Focus Electric model, a car which weighs 3673 lbs and runs at 105 MPG on electric. There is also a detailed look at how electric cars will outperform petrol cars in every area, and an interesting fact that the only thing that stands in the way of electric cars total is us.

Evolution: How Automobile Cars Went from Model T to Electric V

Source: www.carloan4u.co.uk

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