Oldsmobile was a line of American automobiles manufactured by General Motors for the majority of its lifetime. Ransom E. Olds established the "Olds Motor Vehicle Company" in 1897, and it went on to manufacture over 35 million cars, including at least 14 million in its Lansing, Michigan plant alone. Oldsmobile was a subsidiary of General Motors that was known for its innovative inventions and designs. It was located in the centre of the company's five divisions (above Chevrolet and Pontiac, but below Buick and Cadillac). From 1983 to 1986, over one million Oldsmobiles were sold annually, but by the 1990s, the division was facing increasing competition from luxury import brands, and sales were declining.
After Mercedes-Benz, Peugeot, Renault, Fiat, Opel, and Tatra, Oldsmobile was the oldest living American automotive marque and one of the oldest in the world until it was shut down in 2004. The Olds Motor Vehicle Co. in Lansing, Michigan, founded by Ransom E. Olds in 1897, was the first to produce Oldsmobiles. The firm manufactured 635 cars in 1901 (the same year that Horace and John Dodge secured a contract to make transmissions for the Oldsmobile company), making it the first high-volume gasoline-powered vehicle maker. (A few years ago, electric vehicle makers like Columbia Electric and steam-powered car manufacturers like Locomobile had larger volumes.)
Around 1903–1904, Oldsmobile was the top-selling automobile manufacturer in the United States for a few years. Oldsmobile's fortunes turned rapidly after the 1970s and 1980s, and by the early 1990s, the company had lost its market share (annual sales had plunged from a record high of 1,066,122 in 1985 to just 402,936 in 1993), squeezed between other GM divisions and competition from new premium import brands Acura, Infiniti, and Lexus. Despite Oldsmobile's crucial achievements since the mid-1990s, a recorded revenue and overall profitability deficit caused General Motors to announce its intentions to close the Oldsmobile division in December 2000.
The announcement came two days after Oldsmobile began selling the Bravada SUV, which proved to be another critical success for the division and the last new product for the Oldsmobile name. The final 500 Aleros, Auroras, Bravadas, Silhouettes, and Intrigues were given special Oldsmobile history emblems and markings that read "Final 500." The Dark Cherry Metallic colour scheme was used on all of them. Auroras and Intrigues will be supplemented by Final 500-specific literature. The last finished production car for the Oldsmobile division was an Alero GLS 4-door sedan, which was signed by every Olds assembly line staff. It was on display at the R. E. Olds Transportation Museum in Lansing, Michigan, until GM declared bankruptcy and reclaimed the vehicle. The GM Heritage Center in Sterling Heights, Michigan now houses it.
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