|Manufacturer||Lorraine Motors Corporation|
|Assembly||Grand Rapids, Michigan|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||Touring, Sedan, Roadster|
|Power output||35 hp|
The Lorraine was an assembled car that succeeded the Hackett. The vehicle was powered by a four-cylinder Herchell-Spillman engine and was available in both open and closed models. Only a few hundred cars were sold.
Prices ranged from $1,695 to $2,590, (equivalent to $45,281 in 2022). Plans for David Dunbar Buick to build a larger Lorraine with an IOE engine did not go past the prototype stage before the company declared bankruptcy.