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Hybrid Car Review: GM Could Build Hybrids in Mexico

Thursday, July 12, 2007

GM Could Build Hybrids in Mexico

According to Kevin Williams, the president of GM's Mexican operations, GM could bring hybrid vehicles and other new programs to Mexico.

But which hybrids (or hybrid engines) and when are unclear. The Ramos Arizpe site was opened in 1981 and builds the Chevrolet C2, Chevy HHR and Saturn Vue. It produces 3.5 and 3.5 liter engines along with transmissions. The site is "undergoing extensive changes in preparation for new global vehicles."

Source: GM broadens plant expansions in Mexico - Automotive News

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