DETROIT (ADAMS) – General Motors is looking to increase the production of its transmissions.
The automaker said Thursday that it will invest $100 million dollars between two plants, one in Michigan and one in Indiana, to make more 10-speed automatic transmissions that are typically found in Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks.
The move comes after the company said they’re seeing high demand for those vehicles. Recently, a worldwide semi-conductor chip shortage forced three GM plants to temporarily close.
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