MOAB, UT – The Mishawaka, IN, plant that assembles the Hummer H2 is the poster child of a complicated relationship between General Motors Corp. and AM General Corp. that may not make complete sense, but seems to be working. GM bought the Hummer brand and name from AM General in late 1999 to be a premium niche product and there are about 13 different agreements guiding their intricate relationship. GM owns the H1 name, but AM General developed and owns the vehicle, produces it in its own ...

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