The Internal Combustion Engine

A new, more powerful alternative to steam or gasoline!

Created by Rudolf Diesel of Fueled by Diesel

How does it work

The Internal combustion engine works by using highly compressed air in a cylinder that would rise in temperature causing the injected fuel (diesel) to combust and the expansion of gases would drive the pistons, powering your machines.

What makes it so much better?

The internal combustion is powered by using diesel which is a cheaper more efficient alternative to using gasoline leading to a better fuel economy.


This engine is mainly for the use of factory owners to power their machines. You can purchase one for 3,500$ at the Fueled by Diesel factory.


From a factory owner in Berlin

The internal Combustion Engine has been of great use in my factory, it runs much faster than any steam engine before and it is much cheaper.

Who is Rudolf Diesel?

Rudolf Diesel is the inventor of the internal combustion. Born in Paris France on March 18, 1858. The German engineer created the internal combustion engine in 1896.


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