General Motors is investing $632 million into its Fort Wayne Manufacturing Facility to produce the next-generation gasoline-powered Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra.

“Today we are announcing a significant investment to continue our industry-leading full-size truck business by preparing Fort Wayne Assembly to build the next-generation ICE full-size light-duty pickups,” said Gerald Johnson, executive vice president, Global Manufacturing and Sustainability. “This investment reflects our commitment to our loyal truck customers and the hard work of the dedicated Fort Wayne team.”

Fort Wayne Assembly produces the light-duty Silverado 1500 and Sierra 1500 full-size pickup trucks. The investment will be directed towards new conveyors, tools, equipment, and the Fort Wayne body and general assembly areas.

The announcement comes a week after General Motors announced a $1 Billion investment in the Flint Assembly for next-generation gasoline-powered heavy-duty trucks.