GM Colmotores

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GM Colmotores is a car company based in Bogotá, Colombia. Established in 1957, they began manufacturing, under license, British Austins. In 1965, Chrysler Corporation took a 60% stake in the company, which manufactured Chrysler cars under license until 1979. In 1979, General Motors took control of the company, purchasing a 77.4% stake. In 1981, the company was renamed GM Colmotores. Since then it has manufactured, under license, a variety of General Motors, GM Daewoo, Isuzu, and Suzuki vehicles for the local market, all sold under the Chevrolet name. The company has production facilities in Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela, and imports models from Korea built by GM Daewoo.

GM Colmotores models

  • Chevrolet Astra (built in Venezuela)
  • Chevrolet Aveo (built in Venezuela)
  • Chevrolet Super Carry (built in Colombia)
  • Chevrolet Corsa (built in Colombia)
  • Chevrolet Epica (built in Korea)
  • Chevrolet Grand Vitara (built in Ecuador; based on 2nd-generation Suzuki Vitara)
  • Chevrolet Jimny (built in Colombia)
  • Chevrolet Optra (built in Colombia)
  • Chevrolet Spark (built in Korea)
  • Chevrolet Vitara (built in Ecuador; based on first-generation Suzuki Vitara)
  • Chevrolet Luv Dmax (built in Ecuador; based on Isuzu D-Max)