As the UK’s capital, you’d expect London to be in pole position when it comes to all things cars. The city’s definitely played a leading role in motor history over the years – from the invention of the first proper internal combustion engine to being a home for some of Britain’s biggest car factories in the past.
**UK's Number 1 Reviewed Company on Trust Pilot for Private Lease**Established in June 2001 - we are part of the Rivervale Cars Group based in Brighton, Sussex. We specialise in:Car leasingVan leasingMinibus leasingUnlike the majority of our lease competitors, we are fully approved franchisees of the UK’s biggest independent leasing companies (Including; LEX Autolease Ltd, Leaseplan UK Ltd, Alphabet and Arval UK Ltd, Hitachi Capital, Santander & Leasys). We are also registered members of the BVRLA (British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association).
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First true internal combustion engine
The first true internal combustion engine was patented here in 1854 by engineers, Eugenio Barsanti and Felice Matteucci.
Britain's first petrol-powered automobile
London was also arguably home to Britain’s first petrol-powered automobile, built by Frederick Bremer, an engineer and inventor from Walthamstow, in 1892. It was powered by an internal combustion engine.
A long history of automotive production
All the major motor companies have had car plants here in the past, from Bentley in Cricklewood, Ford in Dagenham, and Vauxhall in — ahem — Vauxhall, as well as Lotus, General Motors and Renault too.
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