General Motors is gradually rolling out its next generation of vehicles by putting billions of dollars on several US factories.
Up to $ 4.2 billion will go against GM plants in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Flint, Michigan and Arlington, Texas, the company said Tuesday.
The facilities will report reviewing a series of updates, including capacity enhancement, to prepare for new pickups and SUVs.
The Arlington plant will have $ 1
New investments are also being made in factories in Ohio prior to the release of 2021 models
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Earlier this month, GM announced that it had put $ 150 million in the Flint manufacturing facility , Michigan, in an effort to ramp up the production of its all-new Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra heavy duty pickup truck.
Associated Press contributed to this report.