Buick, the oldest active American automotive make, has set a high standard of luxury and sophistication since 1903. The first Buick ever made for sale was the 1904 Model B. Read on for more milestones in Buick history.
Buick incorporates and moves to Flint, Michigan.
Buick surpasses Ford and Cadillac and becomes the number one producer of vehicles.
Buick builds its 1 millionth vehicle.
Buick builds the Y-Job convertible, widely considered to be “The World’s First Concept Car”.
Buick builds over 2,500 M18 Hellcat tank destroyers for service in World War II.
The iconic portholes make their debut on the fenders of every Buick.
Buick offers the high performance GSX.
The turbocharged V6 is introduced in the Turbo Regal Sport Coupe.
The iconic Buick GNX goes from 0-60 in 4.7 seconds.
The first Roadmaster since 1959 debuts with a 5.7L V8 engine.
Buick’s first truck-based vehicle since 1923 is introduced: The Buick Rendezvous crossover.
The Buick Invicta concept exhibits the future of modern luxury.