Ultium Cells Spring Hill Plant
The Ultium Cells Spring Hill plant is a battery manufacturing facility located in Spring Hill, Tennessee. It is the second Ultium Cells battery plant to be built.
|Projected Opening:||Late 2023|
|Facility Size:||2.8 Million Square Feet|
|Address:||301 Donald F Ephlin Parkway, Spring Hill, TN 37174|
Construction of the Ultium Cells Spring Hill plant began in late 2021, and the facility is expected to begin battery production sometime in late 2023.
It’s important to note that while the Ultium Cells Spring Hill plant is located near the GM Spring Hill plant, the two facilities are separate entities.
The Ultium Cells Spring Hill plant plays a critical role in GM’s commitment to an all-electric future, which includes the production of battery cells that will be used by Ultium-powered vehicles, such as the Cadillac Lyriq, Cruise Origin, GMC Hummer EV, Chevy Silverado EV, and the GMC Sierra EV. Other models include a Bow Tie-built EV compact crossover. In fact, about 40 percent of GM’s U.S. product portfolio will consist of battery-powered vehicles by the end of 2025.
In April 2021, Ultium Cells LLC announced a $2.3 billion investment toward the construction of its second battery production facility in Spring Hill. The 2.8 million-square-foot facility is being constructed on land leased from GM. The facility will bring approximately 1,300 jobs to Tennessee.
Previously, GM invested $2 billion into the Spring Hill vehicle assembly plant to retool it in order to facilitate the production of the 2023 Cadillac Lyriq battery electric luxury crossover.
The Ultium Cells Spring Hill facility is part of Ultium Cells, LLC – a joint venture between GM and LG Energy Solutions.
Ultium Cells LLC Battery Plants
In addition to the Ultium Cells Spring Hill plant, Ultium Cells also operates the following facilities:
- Ultium Cells USA
- Ultium Cells Lordstown – operational
- Ultium Cells Lansing – under construction
- Ultium Cells China
- Ultium Cells Shanghai – operational
This page will be updated as construction of the Ultium Cells Spring Hill plant continues and more information is released.
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