General Motors is investing in Ramos Arezepe to produce electric cars

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General Motors (GM) More than $ 1 billion will be invested in the Ramos Arizby manufacturing complexCoahuila, in the north of the country, with the aim of starting a new paint plant that will start work in June 2021 and preparing the site for the production of electric cars.

This initial investment will also prepare the complex for Expanding global power generation and assembly plants (GPS) with a goal of making the Ramos Arizpe complex the fifth GM manufacturing site in North America to produce electric vehicles by 2023.

The company said in a statement that Ramos Arizby will join Spring Hill, Tennessee. Zero Factory, in Detroit Hamtramck, Michigan; Orion, also in Michigan and CAMI in Ontario, Canada.

General Motors announced in the second quarter of this year that it will start manufacturing “drive units”. The powertrain that powers electric cars And by 2023, electric GM cars will be produced.

Francisco Garza, President and CEO of the brand, expressed confidence that the necessary economic conditions will be met so that ultimately the requirements of cComplex workforce may grow Another shift in some operations.

“We are very proud to be contributing to GM’s vision of zero collision, zero emissions, zero congestion and contributing to the manufacture of electric vehicles,” he said.

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