Popularization of automobiles and stereotypes in the automotive industry
At the end of the nineteenth century, cars and motorcycles began to shape in the rotating system, while gasoline and diesel in liquid fuels burning internal combustion engines of diesel engines became mainstream, but cars at that time were still manufactured by hand, although they were already standardized. The mass production car is composed, but in fact the production of the car is still very small.
The car was actually positioned as a high-end luxury, but the so-called luxury at the time was not very luxurious, but only wealthy people could afford a car for personal or family use.
In the first few years of the twentieth century, Henry Ford began to produce a car that could be mass-produced at a low price. After six failed ventures, Ford finally succeeded in putting the Ford Model T on the assembly line for production in 1908. The price has been further popularized by installment payment, and the quality is even better than that of some hand-made high-priced cars at that time, because it can travel on rotten land without failure or accident.
Fordism not only affects the automobile manufacturing industry, but also affects the manufacturing industry in all walks of life. This makes the T-car and Ford car lead the economic and cultural development of the United States and the world, and even changes people's lifestyle.
Because even people who don't or can't drive a car can still take the bus. And directly or indirectly benefit from other vehicles such as military vehicles, trucks, special vehicles, construction vehicles, etc., so the car has actually become a trend of daily necessities and vehicles that have replaced human and animal power.
The success of the T-car has also contributed to the so-called new energy vehicles. In fact, the power system outside the internal combustion engine has fallen, and the gas station no longer supplies fuel other than gasoline and diesel.