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GM Invests $200M In Plant for Future Vehicle

November 25, 2014

Photo of Pontiac Metal Center courtesy of GM.
Photo of Pontiac Metal Center courtesy of GM.

General Motors has invested $200 million in its Orion Assembly and Pontiac Metal Center plans for a future vehicle program, the automaker announced.

Orion will receive $160 million for tooling and equipment, and Pontiac will receive $40 million for new dies. These investments are part of the nearly $300 million in Michigan-based investments mentioned by CEO Mary Barra during a speech at the Detroit Economic Club on Oct. 28.

GM has invested $775 million in the Orion plan since 2010.


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