|Chevrolet founder||Louis Chevrolet
William C. Durant
|Chevrolet headquarters||Detroit, Michigan, United States|
|Slogan||Find New Roads|
|Chevrolet official website||www.chevrolet.com|
|Most Classic||Classic Six
Who makes Chevrolet?
Chevrolet is not an independent company, but a division of General Motors. In fact, the two companies have been connected since 1918, when Chevrolet purchased a controlling stake in GM. Chevrolet vehicles are assembled at more than 15 plants all around the world. They are not exactly Chevrolet manufacturing plants, as they are owned by the brand’s parent company, General Motors.
Where is Chevrolet made?
Many of the Chevrolet production sites are located within the US: in Arlington, Texas; Detroit, Lansing, Delta Township, and Flint, Michigan; Kansas City, Kansas; Spring Hill, Tennessee. Among the models assembled in the US are the Impala, the Malibu, the Volt, the Silverado, the Traverse, the Camaro, the Suburban, the Sonic, the Equinox, and the Tahoe.
Some of the models made in Colombian city Bogota include the Cobalt, the Onix, the N-Series, several Chevrolet buses, the Spark and the Spark GT, as well as the Sai. The Equinox and the Impala are assembled in Canada, while the South Korean plant is responsible for making the Kalos and the Aveo.
Here some other countries where Chevrolet manufacturing plants are located:
- Mexico (the Captiva, the Sonic, the Cruze, the Aveo, and the Silverado)
- Ecuador (Chevrolet Bus Astra, the D-Max 2011, the Chevrolet/Suzuki Vitara SZ (2011), the Aveo GT 2011, and the Vitara)
- Vietnam (the Lacetti, the Aveo, the Spark, the Captiva, and the Vivant)
- Brazil (the Onix, the Prisma)
- India (the Sail and the Sail U-VA, the Cruze, the Tavera, the Spark, and the Beat)
- Elizabeth, South Australia (the SS).