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Bentley Continental steering wheel
"... The ease of operation shown in the 1894 race meant that by 1898, all Panhard et Levassor cars came equipped as standard with steering wheels. The principle quickly caught on and similar systems sparked across the world. In Britain, Charles Stewart Rolls bought a Panhard from France and implemented the steering wheel into his designs. By 1899, the steering wheel fever expanded to the US, where Packard introduced the steering wheel on one o..." Continue Reading →
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