Oldsmobile, a former division of General Motors, no longer produces vehicles. Throughout the years the company was active, Oldsmobiles were assembled at eight different plants located in the United States, with the majority coming from General Motors Lansing Car Assembly, located in Lansing, Michigan.
Ransom E. Olds founded the Olds Motor Vehicle Company in Lansing, Michigan in 1897, and the town was associated with the car brand throughout its production history. After Oldsmobile joined the newly organized General Motors in 1908, production of vehicle components as well as vehicle assembly was distributed throughout the GM production system. The last Oldsmobile ever produced was completed on April 29, 2004 at Lansing Car Assembly.