The North American manufacturer of luxury cars Duesenberg produced vehicles between 1913 and 1937. It was originally established in Des Moines, state of Iowa, but headquarters were eventually relocated to New Jersey and again to Indiana (Indianapolis), where it stayed until closure.
Duesenberg was best known for the very fast roadsters and the sophisticated passenger cars that were built at their facilities. However, automobiles were not the only products to be badged with the Duesenberg nameplate, as the company produced marine and aircraft engines as well.
|origin:||United States of America, 1913|