Lansing Grand River Assembly To Receive $88 Million For Future Product Tooling0
General Motors has announced that Michigan’s Lansing Grand River assembly plant will receive an $88 million upgrade to prepare its lines for an upcoming product, which we expect to be the upcoming Cadillac ATS, if not the next generation Camaro.
GM has already poured in $190 million into the 11-year-old, 2.5 million square-foot facility towards retooling the plant for the ATS as of October 2010.
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