Hummer Plant Sold To Make Electric Cars
July 14th, 2017
Hummers are notorious for being gas-guzzlers. So it’s ironic that the plant they are assembled at in South Bend Indiana is getting turned into a plant that makes electric cars. AM General makes the Hummers sold it to SF Motors for $110 million, according to Popular Mechanics. The plant was originally built for the H2 production but after terrible reviews, poor sales, and the Hummer brand being cut when GM declared bankruptcy in 2009, it didn’t make sense to keep it. No word on what SF Motors will be producing there yet but we’ll keep you updated.
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