General Motors of Canada confirms it will spend C$300 million on tooling, training, machinery and equipment to assemble the new '03 Pontiac Grand Prix at its Oshawa No.2 assembly plant (see Ward's Automotive Reports — Sept. 25, '00, p.1). The shift from its current production home at the Fairfax, KS, plant is part of preparations to launch a new “mid-lux” platform beginning in July 2002. Grand Prix needed a new assembly location because Fairfax has been designated the lead plant for GM's ...
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