Rise of the Automobile

By Noah, Justin, Adam

The Creation of the Automobile

The Automobile was created by a German man named Karl Benz in 1885. But it was not important in America until about 1913 when Henry Ford made it affordable to all Americans.


The Automobile changed the culture of America. It gave young people more freedom than ever before. It changed traditional values to modernized values. It started the invention of things such as the drive in movie and dates. The Automobile became a symbol of the middle class.

Automobile Inventors

Assembly Line

The Assembly Line was created December 1, 1913. The Automobile was made so affordable because Henry Ford used the Assembly Line. This sped up the time it takes to make a car. This makes production speed up and prices for the car drop.