Scares me to think that this is a result of right to work bullshit, but at least it’s jobs and American cars.
You might think the Chevy Camaro is one of the ultimate expressions of American motoring muscle–and you’d be correct, except for the fact that it has been built in Canada since its 2009 return to production.
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That won’t be the case with the sixth-generation Camaro, however, as production is moving out of the Oshawa Car Assembly plant in Canada and into the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in Michigan.
Reasons for the move, according to Chevrolet, are improved production efficiencies and lower capital investment, as the Camaro is the only rear-wheel drivevehicle currently built at Oshawa. The Lansing plant also builds the ATS and CTS, so adding the Camaro to it “consolidates the RWD assembly with the Cadillac CTS and ATS.”