Chevy Volt To Be Produced At GM Detroit Hamtramck Assembly

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We may have gotten the scoop on the old, dead Malibus GM will use to test the Chevrolet Volt, but the New York Times Detroit Free Press gets the scoop on where the Chevy Volt will end up being built:

"Among G.M.'s commitments to the union was a promise to build the Chevrolet Volt, a hybrid-electric car, in its Hamtramck, Mich., plant, beginning in 2010. G.M. has said production of the car could start a year later, however. The Volt is a pet project of G.M.'s vice chairman, Robert A. Lutz, who said today that G.M. was pleased with the contract."


That's right folks — now Hamtramck will be known for both Paczkis and the Chevy Volt. How electric! [Freep via New York Times]

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