Bertha Benz est la pionnière allemande de l’automobile
Karl Benz with his wife, Bertha Benz, in a Benz Victoria, 1894 model
Bertha Benz (1849-1944), first female car driver
Bertha Benz (help·info) (née Ringer, 3 May 1849 – 5 May 1944) was a German automotive pioneer. She was the wife and business partner of automobile inventor Karl Benz. In 1888, she was the first person to drive an automobile over a long distance. In doing so, she brought the Benz Patent-Motorwagen worldwide attention and got the company its first sales.
Bertha Benz, wife of Mercedes-Benz co-founder Karl Benx, was the first to attempt a long-distance trip an automobile. On the way, she mixed her own fuel, unclogged a fuel line with a hatpin and essentially invented brake pads. - Women's History Month
Happy birthday Bertha Benz – the woman at the wheel of the first ever road trip
Bertha Benz – the woman at the wheel of the first ever road trip
Karl Friedrich Benz * Born: November 25, 1844, Mühlburg (Karlsruhe), German Confederation * Died: April 4, 1929 (aged 84), Ladenburg, Germany
The Benz Patent-Motorwagen Number 3 of 1888, used by Bertha Benz for the first long distance journey by automobile (more than 106 km or sixt...
“Bertha Benz driving the Benz Patent-Motorwagen, c. 1886”