Sunday, September 30, 2007

GM roadmap. Future products...


Here is what is coming from GM in the next few years:

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-Arlington, Texas-

 -GMT 900 truck and SUV continued until 2012
 -C3XX full-sized truck and SUV replacement beginning 2013
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-Bowling Green, Ky.-

-Corvette and Cadillac XLR continue until 2011
- Corvette and Cadillac XLR replacement product beginning 2012
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-Detroit Hamtramck, Mich.-

 -Buick Lucerne and Cadillac DTS continue until 2010
 -Global Delta MPV7 beginning in 2009
 -Global Delta Volt beginning in 2010
 -Global Epsilon Chevrolet beginning in 2012
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-Fairfax, Kan.-

- Chevrolet Malibu and Saturn Aura continue until 2011
 -Global Epsilon Buick and Saturn beginning in 2009
 -Chevrolet large 4-door notchback beginning in 2010
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-Flint, Mich-

 -GMT 900 full-sized truck and heavy-duty commercial cab until 2011
 -GMT 900 medium-duty truck continues until 2008
 -C3XX full sized truck and heavy-duty commercial cab beginning in 2012
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-Fort Wayne, Ind-

 -GMT 900 full-sized truck and light-duty commercial cab until 2011
 -C3XX full-sized truck and light-duty pickup replacement product beginning in 2012
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-Janesville, Wis.-

 -GMT 900 full-sized truck and SUV continues until 2012
 -Medium-duty truck continues until 2009
 -C3XX full-sized truck and SUV replacement for current GMT 900 full-sized truck and SUV products beginning in 2013
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-Lansing Delta Township, Mich.-

- GMC, Saturn and Buick Lambda products continue until 2011
 -GMC, Saturn and Buick Lambda replacement products beginning in 2012
 -Chevrolet Lambda product beginning in 2011
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-Lansing (Mich.) Grand River-

 -Cadillac CTS, Cadillac STS and Cadillac SRX continue through 2009
 -Cadillac CTS wagon and Cadillac CTS coupe beginning in 2009
 -Zeta products (two styles) beginning in 2011
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-Lordstown, Ohio-

 -Chevrolet Cobalt and Pontiac G5 continue through 2009
 -Global Gamma 4-door notchback beginning in 2010
-Global Alpha (2 styles) beginning in 2011
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-Orion, Mich.-

 -Pontiac G6 continues through 2013
-Pontiac, Mich.
 -GMT 900 full-sized light-duty pickup and heavy-duty pickup continue through 2011
 -C3XX full-sized truck, light-duty pickup and heavy-duty pickup beginning in 2012
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-Shreveport, LA.-

 -H3, H3T, Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon continue through 2011
- H3 and H3T replacement beginning in 2011
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-Spring Hill, Tenn.-

 -Chevrolet Lambda continues through 2012
 -Theta Epsilon SUV beginning in 2011
 -Next-generation Chevrolet Lambda replacement product - demand and business-case dependent beyond 2012
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-Wentzville, Mo.-

 -Chevrolet and GMC large vans continue through the product lifecycle, beyond 2012
 -Next-generation Chevrolet and GMC large vans replacement for the current product - demand and business-case dependent beyond 2012
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-Wilmington, Del.-

-Pontiac Solstice and Saturn Sky continue until 2012

8 comments:

Vince Burlapp said...

I forgot to mention this list does not include cars made in Canada. Like the new Camaro.

Anonymous said...

This was definitely supposed to be a private list. Anyway, there are some interesting additions such as the gamma and alpha small cars which sound very interesting.

It's a shame though that all the zeta products seem soo awfully delayed.

And the G6, continuing still 2013? Wow. Well, maybe they'll end up replacing it with the original G6 concept in 2013 which is quite possibly my favorite concept design ever.

Anonymous said...

and Pontiac g8?

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to see the new Corvette when it comes out. I'm not sure if it's the current C6 or the next C7, but apparently direct injection is in the works. A base Vette with 500 horsepower is possible. YEAH BABY YEAAAHHH!!!!!

I'm also looking forward to seeing the next Aura/Malibu as well as the next G6.

JM

Vince Burlapp said...

The G8 is a Holden made in Australia. And will later be manufactured in Canada. So it's not on the list either.
I am also shocked by the G6.
That makes no sense. A new Malibu is out and the Pontiac will stay the same for another 5 years???
Something is wrong.

Anonymous said...

this is one good newsa after an other
gm is on a rol

FusioptimaSX said...

The Alpha platform seems very interesting.....according to autoweek.com


http://www.autoweek.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070929/FREE/70929002/1024/FREE

Anonymous said...

Who gives a flying fudge about GM, hey while we are on the topic, when DID they go Bankrupt?