TIL the First Ford Concept was Called a Quadricycle

Quadricycle

It was a slower time. As a result, when Henry Ford tried to push his first concept cars to the limit, it barely reached 20 MPH. At the time, it was a speeding bullet of mechanics, not as fast as a horse but faster than he could run.

Today, cars are obviously going much faster than that, but it’s great to see the history behind today’s innovations. In this infographic by StoneAcre that we found from Holiday, we get a nice glimpse into what made this proud motor company so powerful today. It’s called innovation.

The Road to the FutureThe History Of Ford – created by the team at Stoneacre.co.uk

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