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Where is GMC made

While the brand appropriately has its headquarters in Detroit, Michigan, United States, where much of the country's automotive manufacturing has stemmed, GMC vehicles are produced at several GM plants throughout North America and Canada, which include: Fort Wayne Assembly Plant in Roanoke, Indiana – builds the Sierra.

Where is Chevy and GMC made?

The two main models of Chevy trucks are the Silverado and Colorado. The Silverado is constructed in Flint, Michigan, Fort Wayne, Indiana, Springfield, Ohio, and Silao, Mexico. The Fort Wayne plant and the Mexico plant also produce the popular GMC Sierra.

Where is the 2022 GMC Sierra made?

Fort Wayne, Indiana\n\n Fort Wayne Assembly is actually located in Roanoke, Indiana. It's one of the busiest assembly plants in GM's portfolio and produces over 500 full-size GMC Sierra 1500s every day.

How much of GMC is made in America?

All new makes and models and all current promotions. Overall, General Motors (GM)'s products racked up the highest domestic content score with 70.6 percent of the components making up its vehicles assembled in the U.S. - up from 70 percent last year and 58.2 percent across all models (those made in any country).