Evolution Of The Automobile Industry

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Though the blueprint for the modern automobile was achieved in the Late 1800s Americans dominated the industry in the first half of the twentieth century. Henry ford modernize mass production actions that became standard with General Motors and Chrysler as the “Big Three” automotive companies by the 1920. September 01, 1939 world war two which lasted from 1939 to 1945, was a war fought primarily between the Axis Powers (Nazi Germany, Italy, and Japan) and the Allies (France, the United Kingdom, the Soviet Union, and the United States). Although World War II was started by Nazi Germany in their attempt to conquer Europe, it turned into the largest and the bloodiest war in world history, responsible for the deaths of an estimated 40 to 70 million…show more content…
Ford came in second with $3.9 billion, and Chrysler was right behind with $3.5 billion in war contracts. Willys-Overland had $7.34 million for the nineteen wartime projects it had. While the auto companies were the logical manufacturers of trucks, armored cars, jeeps and tanks, the product line was extensive and many of the items built were new to the industry. Both Ford and General Motors both built entire warplanes for the conflict, and many aircraft components were produced by the industry Manufacturers focus their resources to the military through world war two thereafter automobile production in Europe and Japan soared to meet demand. the automobile was to have its greatest impact in the united states it was at first achieved in Germany and France towards the end of the 1900 century. These industries are some of the foremost leading industries for environmental issues and hazard around the world many issues in this industry include global competition, new technology for powering their products. environment and government response and the effects of emission in addition to Consumer opinions about the…show more content…
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Many customers are responding to this issue by riding bikes, walking or buying a fuel efficient and economical vehicle. September 27, 1999 the American public overwhelmingly favors an overhaul of federal motors vehicle safety standard. Nearly 3 to 1 of the majority of the public believes it is time to revamp out dated vehicles safety standards and to modernize and improve the safety performance of cars and truck. Advocates urge the U.S. department of transportation to upgrade roll over protection. An increase in protection for pedestrians struck by vehicles, by including less rigid parts on
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