From 'horseless' to 'driverless'

Williams, Glenda
December 2016
Finweek;12/15/2016, p38
The article offers information about automotive technology in South Africa and highlights the evolution from horse-drawn carriage to combustion powered vehicle in the country. It discusses the arrival of the first horseless carriage Benz Velo as well as a Ford 1903 Model A and Henry Ford's legendary, mass-produced Ford Model T. Google Inc.'s self-driving car concept is presented.


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