While Dodge was busy dropping a Nitro through the center of the earth to get to China, GM's taken its resources and put them into things other than cheese-hat CGI and hopped the slow boat over to economize. The result? A new plant near Shanghai that will crank out hybrids in about a year. In a joint-venture with SAIC, the General is going to construct what it believes are vehicles that are an interim step to the hydrogen economy it envisions. Can it work?
General Motors To Build Hybrid Cars In China By 2008 [IndustryWeek]
GM Planning Plug-In Hybrid? [Internal]