vehicle safety

  • when the vehicle was first made

    The Hudson Motor Car Company made Hudson and other branded automobiles in Detroit, Michigan, U.S., from 1909 to 1954.
  • Hudson Hornet added safety features

    Hudson also introduced dashboard oil-pressure and generator warning lights
  • added safety for Hudson company

    Hudson company also added a balanced crankshaft
  • last added safety enhancement

    Hudson structural rigidity and safety were enhanced by steel girders that wrapped into the roof.
  • Period: to

    1954 Hudson Hornet

    vehicle safety
  • Hudson Hornet added safety

    Hudson also introduced many innovative features to the auto industry, including dual brakes
  • Hudson car company and what happened to it.

    In 1954, Hudson merged with Nash-Kelvinator to form American Motors Corporation (AMC). The Hudson name was continued through the 1957 model year, after which it was discontinued.
  • Are their still Hudson Hornet vehicles available today

    The first car is one of only 19 left in the world: a 1951 Hudson Hornet Convertible Brougham. One of the most expensive cars around at the time