Employing the exhaust heat

The heat generated by exhaust gases or coolant started to be employed for heating the car interior only at the end of 1920s, although first attempts in this respect appeared already before World War I. A serially produced heater on this principle appeared in the Ford A in 1929.


Practically the same additionally installed heater offered by Bosch in 1950–1960.


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