Oldsmobile Cutlass are vehicles seen in Machete.
The Oldsmobile Cutlass is a line of automobiles made by the Oldsmobile division of General Motors. The Cutlass began as a unibody compact car, but saw its greatest success as a body-on-frame intermediate car.
1981 EditThe fastback Salon coupe was dropped, and the Supreme and Calais got a restyle that included a more aerodynamic nose and smoother body lines. Sedans got quad headlamps and a new grille. The 4-4-2 was dropped. Most of this ranged continued to be marketed as the Cutlass Supreme until 1986, although the Cutlass Cruiser was replaced for 1984.
1982–1997 EditMeanwhile, the previous-generation Cutlass Supreme continued on the (now renamed) rear-wheel-drive G platform for six more years. The Hurst/Olds edition reappeared for two years in 1983 and 1984.
Until 1984, the deluxe Cutlass Supreme model was known as the Cutlass Calais. When the Calais nameplate moved to its own platform in 1985, the top Supreme was renamed to Cutlass Salon. As the new Cutlass Supreme model was being launched in 1988, the rear-drive G-special coupe remained in production for one final model year as the Cutlass Supreme Classic.
In The Film Edit
Two versions of this car is seen in the film.