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General Motors (NYSE:GM) has been hard at work over the last couple of years revamping its trucks and SUVs, which collectively represent its most lucrative profit generators across its vast lineup. But starting next year, GM will be giving its mainstream car divisions some attention, according to Automotive News.
The Camaro will be released about one year after Ford’s release of the new Mustang, its first full redesign since 2005. The Volt, though hardly a volume seller for GM, is starting to look a bit dated next to renewed competition from the Toyota Prius plug-in, as well as the Ford Fusion Energi. Many companies are now planning to offer plug-in vehicles, and for GM to hold on to its market position, the Volt is going to need some further improvements — seating for five to start off, as it only seats four.
Here’s a look at GM’s production schedule for the next several years, courtesy of Automotive News. All images are courtesy of GM.