As reported on yesterday, General Motors announced that it will build the next-generation, 2015 Chevrolet Cruze in the same facility of the current model, Lordstown, Ohio Assembly. Along with Lordstown, GM will be investing it is metal processing plant in the Cleveland suburb of Parma. The total investment will approximate $220 million.
In a press release, GM would not hint at an exact time when production of the new Cruze will start, but did say that the new model will feature new exterior and interior styling, enhanced storage space and improved fuel economy from the current model. Hopefully this all-new model will also spawn multiple body variants such as a coupe and hatchback, along with high efficiency and performance models.