General Motors will invest $160 million to upgrade its Arlington, Texas, truck assembly plant to prepare it for future models, the car maker told Reuters. GM will renovate and retool the plant's body shop and general assembly area beginning later this year, the car maker reportedly said. According to the Reuters’ report, GM built more than 238,000 full-size sport utility vehicles at the plant last year. Currently, GM builds the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, the GMC Yukon and Yukon XL and the Cadillac Escalade at the plant.

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