With the reintroduction of the Chevrolet Camaro all but certain, General Motors and the UAW are now trying to figure out where to build the beast. Officials from the union are making a pitch for the recently idled Oklahoma City plant, which assembled long-wheelbase versions of the Chevy TrailBlazer and GMC Envoy. By securing the Camaro, the plant would presumably also "win" the assembly of other Zeta-based vehicles.
We're not quite sure how this plays into the reports from last month that the CAW made significant concessions in an attempt secure the assembly of the Camaro, but it's possible - and we're only speculating here - that the OK City plant's previous RWD product may give it an advantage.
[Source: The Detroit News]