- from Early 20th Century in the U.S.
900L - 1040L
An engine roars. Sleek metal flashes in the sun. Wind whips through your hair.
The freedom of the road has called to American travelers for over a hundred years. Why are cars so important? How did they get so popular? The answer lies in one man’s vision. Henry Ford wanted to make cars that everyone could afford. It wasn’t easy, but he managed to start an American industry that transformed cities and inspired generations of Americans.