1. Just 1 in every 9,500 Americans owned an automobile. 40% were steam powered; 38% were electric; and just 22% were powered by gasoline burnt in an internal combustion engine.
  2. There were 13,824 automobiles on the road in the U.S. when the year ended.
  3. Worldwide, fewer than 10,000 cars were produced.
  4. A total of 4,192 automobiles are produced in America this year.
  5. Seven cars (40 auto companies exhibit products) at the first auto show in New York are steam-powered.
  6. The Auburn, Peerless and White Steamers makes appear.