10. The 1899 Horsey Horseless:
This vehicle was invented when horses used to share the roads with the vehicles. At times this caused trouble on the transportation system as the horses were scared. Uriah Smith, from Battle Creek, in Michigan, came up with the idea of attaching a wooden horse head to vehicles on the front.
The end result would be a resemblance of a horse-drawn carriage. In his view, this would trick the horses that they are other horses and the movement would be smooth.
In his suggestion, he said that the wooden horse head should be hollow and filled with fuel. The idea is that in that way, it would not be harmful to the other things around. However, it is not known to date whether this idea was implemented or it was just a draft.