Buick is an automobile manufacturer of General Motors Corporation. It was founded in 1899 in Detroit, Michigan, United States. Buick is a luxury vehicle brand. It is the oldest American automotive make that is still active. It is also one of the oldest automobile brands in the world. Buick models are sold in the United States and other parts of the globe, such as Mexico and China. Through many twists and turns, Buick has remained a highly stylish brand. It has consistently pushed the envelope of automotive design. The corporation also established the Buick Club of America in 1966. The club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and restoration of automobiles.
Its living-room-inspired interiors led some to call Buick the "moving couch of America." Today, following that tradition, Buick continues as one of the luxury brands. It is for the financially comfortable customer. Because its models have frequently featured new and arresting visual designs. Perhaps this is why Britain's King George VI chose one for a tour of Canada in 1939 (call it a regal Buick). It was also a fitting choice since the Buick family tree of models and sub-models can sometimes be just as tangled as the royal lines. Many generations have enjoyed them all across the globe at present.