Emission-free cars – back to the future

Who does not know the history of the car? In 1876 Carl Benz built one of the first gasoline-powered vehicles in Germany. However, before the gasoline engine, there had been cars running on steam, wind power and electric batteries, already since 1670. By 1900 these low-emission cars accounted for as much as 80% of all vehicles on the roads. Why hasn’t there been put more effort into the development of zero-emission technologies up and until today?

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