ORION TOWNSHIP, MI – General Motors will invest $300 million in its sprawling Orion Assembly Plant to gear up for a second Chevrolet EV in 2022 to join Bolt EV production at the facility. The 35-year-old Orion plant north of Detroit currently builds the Bolt EV, Sonic compact and export-only Opel Ampera EV with production totaling 53,035 vehicles in 2018, down more than 10,000 units from the previous year due to a significant decline in Sonic production, Wards Intelligence data ...

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