Everyday Mysteries: Who Invented the Automobile?

Who invented the automobile? Not an easy question to answer!
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Who invented the automobile? Not an easy question to answer!

Who invented the automobile? Not an easy question to answer! Many people contributed to the invention of the automobile as there were many different types of automobiles and many different types of parts that went into them. Here's a good summary of the inventors and their contributions.

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