General Motors today announced that it will invest $ 2 billion in a facility in Spring Hill, Tennessee to build electric vehicles and 

upgrade existing equipment to continue producing gasoline-powered vehicles. An additional $ 150 million will be used for improvements at five plants in Michigan.

The Cadillac Lyric EV, which will be launched in 2022 as a 2023 model, will be the first EV to be assembled at the latest Spring Hill facility. 

Cadillac XT6 and XT5 luxury SUV crossovers will continue to be produced with new EV products.

GMC Acadia, currently under construction in Spring Hill, will be relocated to GM's Lansing Delta Township Assembly Complex in Michigan, with an estimated $ 100 million investment in Michigan.

Michigan Flint Assembly invests $ 32 million to produce Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra heavy pickup trucks 

(often referred to as HD or 1 ton models compared to the 3/4 ton and half ton 1500 series) I have received it. Increasing demand in North America.

The $ 17 million will go to GM's power plant in Romulus, Michigan. The power plant manufactures many large pickup trucks such as the Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban, 

GMC Yukon and Yukon XL, and Cadillac Escalade, as well as 10-speed truck transmissions used in SUVs. The upgrade improves capacity and automation.

GM's Orion Michigan assembly plant, which now houses the Chevrolet Bolt and the recently decommissioned Chevrolet Sonic, will receive a $ 3.5 million cash injection.

$ 750,000 will be sent to the GM Factory in Brownstown Charter Township, Michigan. Both investments are related to Cruise AV test vehicles. (It has nothing to do with Chevrolet's recently obsolete Cruise Compact.)