Cars have come a long way before they get to what we know today. Futuristic concepts have been transformed over time, but they certainly have a starting point. For GM, it was in 1938 that the whole adventure began.
In 1938, General Motor’s Chief Designer, Harley Earl, created the auto industry’s first concept car: the Buick Y-Job. It had, among other things, the vertical waterfall grille still used by the company today. GM wanted to let you know this story, the story of "the concept of the concept car", via a brilliant video here:
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