GM invests $2.2B in first of its kind all-electric vehicle factory generating 2200 jobs. General Motors committed Monday it will sink money into $2.2 billion to transform a maturing Detroit assembly plant into the assembling heart of its all-electric time ahead.
The Detroit- Hamtramck Assembly Plant was one of the five North American factories GM said would clamp down in November 2018 but the auto generator took a u-turn as a segment of a bellicose scheme to instigate more than 20 battery electric vehicles or BEVs by 2023.
First to unfurl is the what is typically called Poletown Plant will be an all-electric pick up that will evidently be the much talked about the issue of an upcoming Super Bowl commercial. It is making the rounds of reclaiming the name Hummer utilized for a brand GM forsook in 2010 succeeding emergence from bankruptcy.
The factory will be effective in utilizing an exceptionally pliable vehicle architecture stated GM President Lloyd Reuss. It will permit the automaker to manufacture various products for various brands, with various alternatives, with various customers providing the varied gamut of presentations at diverse price points to connect with consumers wherever they are.
Succeeding a news conference at the factory, Reuss said that there will be diverse pickup truck models. The Poletown factory also will possess the potential to manufacture SUVs and crossovers.