Oldsmobile Lights


    About Oldsmobile Lighting

    Oldsmobile was one of the oldest and beloved brands among those drivers who wanted to be the owners of not just an ordinary vehicle, but valued luxury and sophistication on four wheels. Incorporating the finest materials and the latest technology, it became one of the top-selling car companies in the U.S. by the early 1900s. Through years of manufacturing, Oldsmobile offered new levels of performance and style to meet the ever-changing needs on the automotive market.

    Driving in inclement weather and at night is still a challenging experience. CARiD carries an ultimate selection of automotive lights to replace your old or defective ones and ensure additional safety mile after a mile. Whatever you want for your Oldsmobile, headlights, tail lights, fog lights, side marker lights, bumper lights or replacement bulbs, they are gathered in one place for your convenience. Extremely bright LED lights will improve visibility on the road and make you more conspicuous to other drivers. When it comes to quality, CARiD accepts no compromise, that's why we rely on the trusted brands such as Anzo, Eagle, Spyder, Sylvania, KC HiLiTES, Spec-D, PlasmaGlow, and other to deliver high quality lights.

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    Designer of Oldsmobile Aerotech Finally Drives His Brainchild
    Designer of Oldsmobile Aerotech Finally Drives His Brainchild

    Ed Welburn, GM’s vice president of design, has finally got a chance to drive his favorite creation - the famous Oldsmobile Aerotech. In spite of playing a key role in building the record-breaking race car, Welburn has only got behind the wheel of the Aerotech in nearly twenty three years since it was introduced.

    While the Oldsmobile brand has been ceased, the Aerotech series of experimental high-speed vehicles is still an achievement for modern automotive manufacturers to look up to. In particular, the first Oldsmobile Aerotech is known for setting a world-course speed record of 257.123 mph that has yet to be broken.

    The art and science of aerodynamics Ed Welburn learned during his work on the Aerotech has become a solid ground for all his projects since then. Thus, however weird it may sound, the Chevrolet Volt owes a lot to the Aerotech. While an electric family car carries little resemblance to a speed record-setting race car, a number of the aerodynamic details used in the Aerotech’s design do reappear in the Volt’s finalized form.

    “Aero is very important to me today,” Ed Welburn notes, “and I credit that push and knowledge to being involved with Aerotech.