That model featured a dashboard radiator and four-wheel brakes (the latter were dropped in 1911).
It is believed to be the first Spanish car to feature four-wheel brakes.
It featured dual front brakes and a wider wheel and tire (110/80-16).
It was joined by a new 4.6 l V8 featuring four forward speeds and, from 1920, four-wheel brakes.
It was also the world's first volume production car to feature anti-lock brakes as standard.
They feature fully adjustable suspension geometry, huge brakes and controlled competition tyres that produce high grip levels.
It was claimed to be the first Spanish automobile to feature four-wheel brakes.
The Colonial is chiefly remembered today because it was the first American car to feature four-wheel hydraulic brakes.
They featured some different interior options, larger brakes and wheels, and more.
The 1991 model year Premier featured anti-lock brakes.