WORLD'S FIRST 100 MPH CAR
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What was the first car to reach 100 MPH?
On July 21, 1904 in Ostend,
Belgium Louis Rigolly stepped into his Gobron-Brilliť ready to drive down
the Ostend-Newport road.
This was no ordinary drive however, as Louis Rigolly pushed his 15-liter
Gobron-Brilliť to an unheard of 103.56 MPH or 166.66 kilometers per hour
making the Gobron-Brilliť the world's first car to reach 100 MPH and Louis
Rigolly the first driver to do so.
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