Automobile evolution is an ongoing process that began in the late 19th century and continues to the present day. The invention of the internal combustion engine allowed the first cars to be produced, and over the years, automobiles have become safer, more efficient, and more affordable.
During the first decades of the 20th century, several innovations were introduced to cars, including automatic transmission, hydraulic suspension, and disc brakes.
During World War II, car production was stopped, but after the end of the war, production resumed and there was a huge growth in the automobile industry.
In the decades since, there have been significant advances in car technology, including the introduction of seat belts, airbags, navigation systems, traction control, and many other advanced safety and comfort features.