Buick Turns 110, Posts “11 Highlights of 11 Decades” [Photo Gallery]
Founded in 1899 as Buick Auto-Vim and Power Company by David Dunbar Buick, the brand became known as the Buick Motor Company four years later, in 1903. To commemorate the occasion, Buick published its top “11 highlights from 11 decades”, which includes the company’s most famed vehicles, prototypes as well as the benchmarks it has achieved throughout its long history.
According to a press release, Buick has sold more than 43 million vehicles through the end of 2012, the equivalent of every vehicle sold in the US over the past three years. Among the nine models featured by Buick, you’ll be able to find the classic 1963 Riviera, the 1936 Century, the Electra lineup or the 1938 Y-Job concept. The new Regal GS luxury sport sedan is credited as being the fastest production Buick, while the Enclave is one of the only two vehicles that offers seating for up to eight people.
Check out Buick’s “11 highlights from 11 decades” to discover the rest in the press release sheet uploaded below.
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