Buick is an American automaker founded in 1903 by David Dunbar Buick. The company started as the Buick Motor Company and was initially a division of the larger General Motors (GM) company.

Buick’s first major product was the Model B, a small, inexpensive car that was introduced in 1904. In the 1910s, the company introduced a number of new models, including the Model D, a mid-priced car, and the Model F, a luxury car.

In the 1920s, Buick introduced its first V8 engine, which was used in the company’s luxury cars. In the 1930s, the company introduced the Buick Roadmaster, a full-sized luxury car that became one of the company’s most iconic and enduring models.

During World War II, Buick turned its focus to the production of military vehicles and equipment, and it did not return to the production of passenger cars until after the war. In the 1950s, the company introduced a number of new models, including the Buick Special, a mid-sized car, and the Buick Riviera, a luxury car that became popular with performance enthusiasts.

Today, Buick is known for its lineup of sedans, SUVs, and crossovers, and it is a division of the larger GM company. The company has a reputation for producing high-quality, reliable vehicles and has a strong presence in the luxury car market.