No roof, only three wheels and rather uncomfortable - that‘s how you could describe the first petrol-driven car. Developed in 1885-86 by the German Karl Benz, it was far too expensive for most people. The American Henry Ford changed all that a few decades later. He revolutionised the production process and made cars affordable for almost anyone, with his Model T. Few inventions have had such a profound effect on the world as the car. Great Inventions celebrates this unique invention and looks into the future of mobility.