Ford T – 1908 – The First Mass car produced – 15 Million sold
In 1908, Henry Ford of America introduced the Ford T colloquially known as the Tin Lizzie, which was generally regarded as the first affordable automobile.
- The first automobile mass produced on moving assembly lines, with completely interchangeable parts. One car made every 27 seconds
- It had a unique suspension system using transversely mounted leaf springs
- The first global car built by various countries simultaneously. It was assembled in US, Germany, Argentina, France, Spain, Denmark, Norway, Belgium, Brazil, Mexico and Japan
- It was available in any color as long as it was black