Buick: Car of the Time
If you have heard about the great General Motors, then you must also know that just because of some famous brands it owns, it can be the leading automobile manufacturer in the world. And Buick is one of those famous brands. Buick, or Buick Motor Division has been marked as a premium automobile brand and selling luxury vehicles positioned above GM's mainstream brands Chevrolet whole below the flagship luxury Cadillac division. The original Buick Motor Company founded by David Dunbar Buick in 1903, which is the foundation of the General Motors. The Buick features in big horsepower, personality, practicality and maturity and as the second biggest division of General Motors, Buick ranks third in sales and ranks first in production volume.
The Oldest Active American Marque of Automobile
As one of the oldest automobile brands in the world and the oldest automobile brand in America, Buick has been sticking to the innovative spirits. Buick chief-engineer Walter not only made Buick's fist two automobiles in 1899 and 1900, he also invented the world's first overhead valve internal combustion engine, which was also called as valve-in-head. In 1907 and 1908, Buick production volume defeat Oldsmobile, Ford, and Maxwell. When Buick belonged to Buick Motor Company, it had done a lot of innovative initials on turn signal lamp, tinted glass and automatic transmission and so on. As early as 1923, Buick started to use four-wheel drive. And in 1939, the first flashing steering lamps was put in use by Buick and then other automobile manufacturer followed its step. In 1948, Buick designed the first torque converter transmission and adopted the power steering in 1952. One year later, Buick along with Cadillac developed power brake system and released the first four-door, free-column hardtop vehicle with Oldsmobile in 1954. In 1961, Buick improved the V6 engine to American V6 engine, which is exclusively suitable for America-manufactured vehicles. In 1999, Buick starts to march into Chinese market. Over more than one-hundred-year development, Buick is not only a renowned brand, but also has been making its contribution to the entire automobile industry.
Buick is also known for its high production volume, so it does have produced many classic and popular models that are still beloved by many car enthusiasts. Buick Lesabre introduced in 1959 is a full-size car and at Buick's 90th Anniversary, a special Lesabre anniversary edition was released to memorize this event, it is also very popular in Middle Eastern countries. Buick Regal is an upscale mid-size vehicle introduced for the 1973 model year. In 1978 the Buick Regal Sport Coupe equipped with turbocharged V6 was introduced again. Though it stopped production in 2004, for the 2011 model year, Buick reintroduced the Regal to the North American market as an upscale sports sedan. Buick Regal is also the 1981 Official Pace Car of the Indianapolis 500 Race. Buick Roadmaster is also a very classic vehicle that got unveiled as early as 1936. At its first production stage from 1936 to 1958, Buick Roadmaster had been Buick's flagship between 1946 and 1957. Then it was revived for the 1991 through 1996 model years as Buick's largest vehicle. Another fancy model Buick Riviera is a personal luxury vehicle debut in 1963. It also has been produced for two stages through eight generations. In 1983, it also became the Official Pace Car of the Indianapolis 500 Race.
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