HAMTRAMCK, Mich. (CBS DETROIT) – It’s the end of an era at General Motor’s Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Plant.
The automaker is turning the plant into a hub for its electric vehicles.READ MORE: Oxford School Superintendent Addresses Claims Related To High School Shooting
General Motors says work and upgrades on the plant will start next month, to handle electric vehicles.
They’ve invested $2.2 billion to convert the old plant.READ MORE: Detroit Man Charged After Setting Pregnant Girlfriend On Fire
This will become the first all-electric assembly plant for GM.
The automaker says they’ll roll out their electric hummer from Hamtramck by next year.
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