When were Toyota vehicles first made?

Answer The first Toyota vehicle was made in 1936 by Kiichiro Toyoda. He first researched and completed the AA Sedan and eventually created the Toyota Motor Co., Ltd as a branch from his father, Sakichi To... Read More »

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When were airbags first used on vehicles?

The first patent for an airbag system was issued in 1953. However, it was not until 1973 that they were first added as standard equipment in a car. The 1973 Oldsmobile Tornado had a standard passen... Read More »

When were digital TVs first made?

The General Instrument Corporation (GI) introduced the first digital TV system, designed by Korean-born engineer Woo Paik, in June 1990. Later that same year, the David Sarnoff Research Center (for... Read More »

When were cushions first made?

A cushion is an ancient article of décor and furniture. Wealthy people in Europe used cushions in the Middle Ages as chairs and benches. The cushion was considered a fashion statement as well as a... Read More »

When were the first tapestries made?

The first tapestries were made during the Hellenistic era, which lasted between the 323rd and 31st centuries BC. The earliest surviving example of tapestry was found in the Tarim Basin; it dates fr... Read More »