4 millionth Ecotec engine made at General Motors Spring Hill plant
General Motors Spring Hill powertrain this week produced its 4-millionth Ecotec engine, within 2 years of the 3-millionth engine being assembled. “GM’s line of Ecotec engines continue to win awards and recognition from critics and consumers alike for their fuel efficiency and power,” said GM Spring Hill Complex Manager Ken Knight. “These engines represent the best of the best available in today’s market, and we’re proud to produce them in Tennessee.”
“GM’s continued investment in the Spring Hill engine plant recognizes the skills and the world-class quality that each of the UAW 1853 members build into each engine produced,” said UAW Local 1853 Shop Chairman Mike Herron. “We are proud to see our UAW members skillfully building engines for our customers around the world that help power our great GM vehicles and give our customers the power they need while saving money at the gas pump too.”
GM Spring Hill facility manufactures Ecotec 2.0L turbocharged direct injection 4-cylinder engine, Ecotec 2.4L direct injection 4-cylinder engine and Ecotec 2.5L direct injection engine (powers 2014 Chevrolet Malibu and Chevrolet Impala).
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