GM Plans $190 Million Investment in Lansing

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We just reported on a bit of news regarding GM's steady recovery from its brush with death. Now we have news that the General will be investing $190 million into its Grand River Assembly facility in Lansing, Michigan. GM is investing that large sum there so that the plant can produce the ATS. The company states that the move will create jobs for about 600 people, which is always a good sign or improvement.

At the moment, this plant builds six models, including all the variants of the Cadillac CTS as well as the SRX. The facility announcement is the latest in a series of investments that GM has announced it was in store for its Michigan plants. With the generous tax breaks they are receiving from the Michigan Economic Growth Authority, GM has promised to invest in a new battery facility. Furthermore, the company's Delta Township Assembly plant is slated for an additional $37 million in upgrades. Photos displayed are of the Cadillac CTS/SRX

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