General Motors Corp. renames its Powertrain V-6 Engine and Components facilities, located on the former Buick City site in Flint, MI, as GM Powertrain Flint North. The facilities will be operated and managed as one site under the new moniker. The new Flint North consists of six individual plants that produce the 3800 Series II and 3800 II supercharged V-6 engines, pistons, crankshafts, front covers, intake manifolds and other components for GM vehicles.
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