Fairfax Assembly will be running XT4 production, but the plant’s Chevy Malibu production will be down through Oct. 29. It has been down since Feb. 8. GM is retooling Factory Zero in Detroit and Oshawa Assembly in Ontario. Both plants are slated to open in the fourth quarter.
Seven assembly plants in North America will remain down next week, as planned, because of the chip shortage, retooling for model-year changeover and a battery pack shortage.
Lansing Delta Township Assembly: The Michigan plant is slated to restart production Oct. 4. Production has been down since July 19. Lansing Delta Township builds the Chevy Traverse and Buick Enclave crossovers.
Lansing Grand River Assembly: Chevy Camaro and Cadillac CT4-V Blackwing and CT5-V Blackwing production at the Michigan plant will be down through Oct. 8. Regular CT4 and CT5 production will also be down through Oct. 8.
CAMI Assembly: The Ingersoll, Ontario, plant will be down through Oct. 15. The plant, which builds the Chevy Equinox, has been down since mid-July.
San Luis Potosi Assembly: The Mexico plant will be down through Oct. 15. San Luis Potosi builds the Equinox and GMC Terrain crossovers.
Ramos Arizpe Assembly: Chevy Blazer production at the Mexico plant will be idle through Oct. 8. Blazer production has been down since Aug. 23. Equinox production, which has been idled since Aug. 16, will be down through Oct. 15.
Orion Assembly: The Michigan plant, which builds the Chevy Bolt EV and EUV, will be down through Oct. 15 as a result of a battery pack shortage. GM recalled all Bolts last month for fire risk and plans to spend about $1 billion on the expanded recall, on top of the $800 million it spent last quarter.
Spring Hill: The Tennessee plant, which builds GMC Acadia and Cadillac XT5 and XT6, is being retooled for a model changeover. It is scheduled to come back online in the fourth quarter.