Lansing, Michigan – General Motors will invest US$88 million to build a future product at its Lansing Grand River assembly plant, home of the Cadillac CTS.

The investment will be used for equipment and tooling for a new model.

“Employees at Lansing Grand River have earned this investment through the high quality of their work and the flexible manufacturing that has been a hallmark of this plant since it opened in 2001,” said manufacturing manager Gerald Johnson. “We look forward to this plant continuing the world-class manufacturing performance for which it is known.”

The plant currently has 971 employees and builds the CTS sedan, coupe and wagon, along with the V-Series variants of each.

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