General Motors Plans to Build Pickup Truck in the U.S.

General Motors verified Monday that they want to produce the new Chevrolet Colorado small pickup in the U.S. and introduced its 2013 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 convertible since it seeks to get share at its Dearborn rival’s expenditure.

The new Chevrolet Colorado will be released this month in Thailand and after that in another place worldwide. General motors intends to conform it to the U.S. market as part of its bet to get share of the market when the domestic segment leader, the Ford Ranger, goes away next year. General Motors’s plant in Shreveport, La., will continue to develop the outgoing 2012 Colorado till it ends by June 2012.

General Motors also desires the convertible Camaro ZL1 will assist it go on its recent popularity against the Ford Mustang. This past year, Camaro sold more than Mustang the very first time since 1985, and Chevy’s pony car placed a 70,249 to 56,618 head against the Mustang’s 2011 U.S. product sales through September.

A Chevrolet spokesperson told the Press early this current year that the upcoming Colorado was anticipated to be available in the U.S. GM reported Monday that it would certainly publicize timing and production place for the brand new Colorado’s U.S. kick off later.

The brand new pickup truck, developed in Brazil, is anticipated to be constructed in Wentzville, Mo. That manufacturing plant won manufacturing of an unnamed pickup as part of General Motors’s contract together with the UAW, which offers the plant another shift.