GM to modify Tennessee plant to build electric vehicles

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General Motors Co. said Tuesday it will transition a Tennessee plant to become the company’s third electric-vehicle manufacturing site, joining two factories in Michigan. GM also confirmed investments in five Michigan plants, including those in Lansing and Flint for future crossover and full-size pickup production. The new Cadillac Lyriq will be the first EV produced at the Tennessee plant, which would continue to build traditionally powered Cadillac vehicles as well. The facility investments will total more than $2 billion, GM said.
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