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'''Lansing Grand River Assembly''' is a modern [[automobile]] factory in [[Lansing, Michigan]]. Opened in 2001 by [[General Motors Corporation|General Motors]], the 2,000,000 ft² plant produces vehicles on the company's [[GM Sigma platform|Sigma platform]].  It is the main plant for [[Cadillac (automobile)|Cadillac]].
 
'''Lansing Grand River Assembly''' is a modern [[automobile]] factory in [[Lansing, Michigan]]. Opened in 2001 by [[General Motors Corporation|General Motors]], the 2,000,000 ft² plant produces vehicles on the company's [[GM Sigma platform|Sigma platform]].  It is the main plant for [[Cadillac (automobile)|Cadillac]].
  
On [[February 14]], [[2006]], GM announced that it would invest in a 120,000 ft² expansion to the Grand River plant to prepare for production of the next-generation CTS.{{Fact|date=August 2007}}
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On [[February 14]], [[2006]], GM announced that it would invest in a 120,000 ft² expansion to the Grand River plant to prepare for production of the next-generation CTS.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:02, 9 February 2009

Lansing Grand River Assembly is a modern automobile factory in Lansing, Michigan. Opened in 2001 by General Motors, the 2,000,000 ft² plant produces vehicles on the company's Sigma platform. It is the main plant for Cadillac.

On February 14, 2006, GM announced that it would invest in a 120,000 ft² expansion to the Grand River plant to prepare for production of the next-generation CTS.

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Coordinates: 42°43′21.84″N -84°33′41.67″E / 42.7227333°N 83.438425°W / 42.7227333; -83.438425