Chevy Volt to Be Built in U.S.

The Volt will begin production in 2010 at the Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant, according to a copy of the full tentative UAW labor agreement reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.

Published: 29-Sep-2007

The Chevrolet Volt, General Motors Corp.'s electric-plug-in concept car, will be built in the U.S. a few miles from the auto maker's global headquarters, according to a tentative contract agreement reached between GM and the United Auto Workers union.

The Volt will begin production in 2010 at the Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant, according to a copy of the full tentative agreement reviewed by The Wall Street Journal. The Hamtramck plant currently builds the Buick Lucerne and Cadillac DTS cars.

A GM spokesman declined to comment.

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