Brett Berk



July 2018

The Orphan Chronicles IV

Written by , Posted in Car and Driver

Early internal-combustion engines were rudimentary, dangerous, and difficult to operate, and were thus downright risky for the era’s women, clothed in voluminous Edwardian dresses and patriarchal notions of competence. Lucky for them, the Electric Car was invented, and Baker was the best-selling one of the era.