AM General Corp. says it will be able to produce 40,000 of the upcoming Hummer H2 model annually on two shifts at a new plant it will build adjacent to its existing facility in Mishawaka, IN. The H2, which was unveiled at the Detroit auto show earlier this month, was designed by General Motors Corp. and is based on the GMT800 full-size truck platform. GM acquired the rights to the Hummer brand from AM General last year and has plans to expand the product lineup and distribution network ...
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