Science & History

Illustrated 3D Atlas - The Car


240 x 325 mm
64 pages

Author: Mart Tamás & Végsheő Béla

Nearly a hundred and thirty years have passed since German inventor Karl Benz debuted his first car, the Benz Patent-Motorwagen, in 1886. The public of the day received the invention with mild enthusiasm. However, those who denied the significance of this revolutionary invention have been proven wrong by the existence of the many millions of cars that have been traversing the roads ever since. At the beginning of the 20th century, the car was considered an unreachable luxury for most people; today, it has become an integral part of daily life. Perhaps this is why it is worth examining it closer; how it is designed and the natural laws that govern its operation. The book guides the reader through the sometimes-complicated mechanical solutions with the aid of detailed, but easy-to-understand illustrations, taking one essential car component at a time. All this is made even more lifelike by spectacular, three-dimensional pictures.

“If the love for cars and driving is a burning passion in someone, this educational volume is the equivalent of a sacred text.”

Viktor Bárdi
Automotive engineer
Owner of Bárdi Autó Zrt.

Tags: mechanical engineering

This is a sample mix of the animations featured in this title that depict detailed 3D models of all the various car parts.

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