GM made a huge announcement earlier this month, stating that they would be investing $245 million in their Chevrolet plant in Orion Township, Michigan, while also hiring 300 new workers. We are curious as to what Chevy is up to at the Michigan Chevy Plant. The answer is that this money and manpower will go the upcoming electric Chevy Bolt – as well another unspecified car.
The Chevy Bolt is the first all-electric vehicle that Chevrolet will have ever produced. With the impressive ability to travel 200 miles on just one full charge—not to mention the low cost of only about $30,000, the Bolt is primed to become one of the most popular vehicles in the all-electric car segment.
As for the second car set for production at the Orion Township plant, its identity remains a mystery. Whether it is a vehicle that the automaker has already revealed or whether a totally new vehicle that they’re keeping under wraps is totally unknown.
If you are interested in finding out more about this mystery vehicle—and want to learn more about the Chevy Bolt, too— make sure you check back with Don Brown Chevrolet soon! We will be keeping our eyes peeled for any new information!