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GM is expected to announce later today that they are going to invest $100M in their Bowling Green assembly plant to make way for the next generation of its iconic sports car, the <a href=”Corvettehttp://redriverchevy.com/ou/bossiercity-chevrolet/console.do?page=n_search&year=2011&make=Chevrolet&model=Corvette&stockType=New”>Corvette</a>.
Mark Reuss will give details at a planned conference about the changes that are expected to be made. This is all for the new C7 Corvette that will be released. Chevrolet also recently announced some of the many changes for their 2012 model corvette which is expected to put them on par with the competition.
Check back to see what the details look like.
by Brad Troedel
Source: <a href=”http://autoguide.com/”>Autoguide.com</a></div>
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