Eyeing zero: GM to tap 3rd manufacturing site for growing electric fleet

Detroit — General Motors Co. will build its first all-electric Cadillac, the Lyriq, at its Spring Hill, Tennessee plant, according to two sources familiar with the matter, establishing a third electric-vehicle plant in the United States.

The move, which could be confirmed as early as Monday, signals GM's deepening commitment to electrifying its vehicle fleet — even as gas prices hover closer to $2 a gallon than $4 and American consumers show growing appetites for traditional pickups and SUVs.

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