The Chariot horse carriage was a light four-wheeled horse carriage popular in the early 19th century. This horse carriage was used for occasions of ceremony or for pleasure. This print was from an 1809 "The Repository of Arts, Literature, Commerce, Manufactures, Fashions and Politics" publication commonly known as Ackermann's Repository (1809-1828).
Regency Glossary | Sharon Lathan Phaeton – The Regency version of a sports car. A light, fast, fashionable four-wheeled carriage for one or two horses, usually driven by the owner rather than a coachman.