General Motors announced Wednesday that is moving production of its Camaro sports car to Lansing. The car is currently built in Canada.
GM says is chose Lansing Grand River assembly as the new production site because of "lower capital investment and improved production efficiencies" at the plant.
The Camaro is a rear-wheel drive car. So are the Cadillac CTS and ATS, which are currently made at Lansing Grand River assembly.
It will likely be a couple of years before Camaros begin rolling off the LGR assembly line. The move will be made for the car's "next generation" which means the next time major changes are made to the car.
GM will not say if the move will mean a plant expansion or additional jobs.