GM has been undergoing a strict restructuring recently, selling brands, offers procurement workers and close plants. One of the next plants could see a break in vehicle production, the reports & # 39; Reuters, is the Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly, which builds the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid was once considered as savior & # 39; GM.
The history & # 39; Reuters citing anonymous sources, said GM plans to stop production at & # 39; number & # 39; plants producing car sales slow, writing:
GM plans to cease production at & # 39; three & # 39; assembly plants in Canada and in & # 39; OT Ohio and Michigan in the United States by not allocate new future products, and put the future & # 39 ; those plants in & # 39; doubt, sources added.
The plant – the Assembly WARREN, Ohio, the Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly and Assembly & # 39; Oshawa – all slowly build cars.
This is not too surprising, since the rival & # 39; & # 39 at GM, Ford and Chrysler reduced thoroughly Fiat automobile production crack in the SUV and light truck.
Of & # 39; noted that the Detroit-Hamtramck plant also builds the Chevy Impala, Buick LaCrosse, and Cadillac CT6, though David Shepardson of & # 39; Reuters specifically indicate the Volt in the tweet below, to require the production stop the "End & # 39; era".
Reuters writes that, according to sources, Mary Out "made a call early Monday to unveil the plans," and the company will discuss the matter with the UAW next year.
Jalopnik and Reuters reached the GM to learn more, but we have not already heard about it back. Reuters says that GM expects to make an announcement on the matter soon.
Update (26 & # 39; November 2018 10:50 a.m. EST): It's official. GM spokesman told Jalopnik on the phone: "Qedna stop the production Volt 1 & # 39; March, 2019." When asked if the Volt should return in & # 39; a point, the representative said they could not comment on future products.
In addition, GM submitted a press release saying that production will stop the next year at the plant & # 39; Hamtramck, as well as in & # 39; four & # 39; Other places & # 39; assembly.