General Motors may invest as much as $38 million to expand its Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant. The automaker has reportedly asked the city of Lansing, Michigan, for a tax abatement to help it expand the plant and build the next-generation Chevrolet Camaro there.
GM announced in December that production of the Chevrolet Camaro will move from Oshawa, Ontario, to Lansing when the car switches to its next generation — likely late 2015 or early 2016. That’s because the new Camaro will almost certainly be based on the same “Alpha” chassis architecture used for the 2013 Cadillac ATS sports sedan, which is built in Lansing. The current Camaro, pictured, is based on GM’s Zeta platform. The Grand River Assembly Plant also currently builds the Cadillac CTS, which will likewise switch to the Alpha platform for its next generation.
via Report: GM Expanding Lansing Assembly Plant For Next-Gen Camaro – Rumor Central.