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GM Invests In Spring Hill, The Plant That Makes The Mighty 6.2-Liter V8

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John Goreham
Contributing Writer, GM-Trucks.com
1-24-2019

General Motors is investing $22 million at its Spring Hill, Tennessee, manufacturing complex. Spring Hill is both a flexible vehicle assembly plant and also an engine plant. The investment will enable the engine plant to build 6.2L V-8 engines with GM’s advanced Dynamic Fuel Management technology. This new investment brings the total by GM to more than $2 billion in the Tennessee complex since 2010.

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“This investment will enable our Spring Hill team to continue building our award-winning engines enhanced with technology that will improve fuel efficiency and performance for our customers,” said GM Chairman and CEO Mary Barra during a visit to the plant to meet with employees and community leaders to celebrate the new Cadillac XT6. “This investment reflects our commitment to vehicles and technologies our customers desire today and in the future.”

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In other good news for the Spring Hill plant and its community, GM is adding 200 workers for the Cadillac vehicle assembly area as part of a previous investment.  

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Very pleased to see the investment for the 6.2L.  Let's just hope though that Cadillac will be around in the long run.  They are doing a poor job right now. 

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