Bay City plant employees produce engine and transmission components incorporating the latest technology and improved product quality for General Motors. This facility has a rich history in the community. The plant is located approximately 90 miles North of Detroit on I-75 (exit 162A).
Bay City Powertrain produces engine and transmission components that are used in Chevrolet, Buick, GMC and Cadillac vehicles. The plant originally opened in 1892 as National Cycle Manufacturing Company and produced a new bicycle to replace old high-wheeled types. In 1916, William Durant and Louis Chevrolet bought the plant and the plant was added to the General Motors portfolio in 1918.