Oldsmobile was an American car manufacturer that was founded in 1897 and operated until its closure in 2004.
Oldsmobile was an American automobile brand that was produced by General Motors from 1897 to 2004. It was one of the oldest car brands in America and had a reputation for innovation and engineering excellence.
Throughout its history, Oldsmobile produced a range of vehicles, including luxury sedans, coupes, and convertibles. Some of its most popular models included the Oldsmobile 88, the Cutlass Supreme, and the Delta 88.
One of Oldsmobile's most significant contributions to the automotive industry was the production of the first mass-produced automatic transmission in 1940. In addition, the brand also pioneered the use of turbocharging in its vehicles.
Despite its success, Oldsmobile struggled to remain competitive in the late 1990s and early 2000s, prompting General Motors to discontinue the brand in 2004. Today, Oldsmobile vehicles are still highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts alike.
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