What Goes Into Making an Automobile?


Automobiles are a very important part of our society, but they have many negative impacts on the environment. There are many different things that go into making an automobile, but the main ones include the engine, fuel system, electrical system, cooling and lubrication systems, wheels and tires and the body.

The Engine

The engine is what powers the car. It uses gasoline to burn, which produces heat and creates friction between the moving parts. To reduce this friction, the engine needs a lubrication system. The lubrication system pumps oil from the crankcase, through a series of passages and holes to all of the moving parts. The oil cools these parts and carries away the heat. The system also keeps the oil from burning up by removing it as waste.

After Karl Benz invented the automobile, Henry Ford came along and revolutionized the way cars were made. His assembly line allowed him to produce cars faster and at a lower cost, which made them more affordable for the average American.

Modern automobiles have a lot of safety features to protect drivers and passengers from accidents. They also have to meet certain standards for size and weight, aerodynamics or ways to reduce the resistance of airflow, and appearance. In addition, most of these cars have a system to detect problems and send alerts. This allows the driver to correct the problem before an accident happens and it helps prevent injuries. The cars also have a system that can stop the car if needed.