Wow. Just wow.
When you look at it, it is really set up like a tractor - I'm sure it was amazingly comfortable at the time, but nothing compared to today's cars. The front axle is a straight axle across, no individual suspension, actually, if you look, you can see that the suspension is leaf springs, not unlike what you would find on a covered wagon. A huge jump from wagons are the massive spongy tires that made the ride quite a bit smoother than the horse-drawn carriages of a decade earlier. It would be something to step back in a time machine, to climb aboard that car and have a country spin.
The engine looks just massive so I'm sure it had some pickup (no one worried about fuel efficiency back then) as also seen by the MASSIVE fuel tank that is below the car, it looks like a long white oval water tank.