GM Invests $109 Million In Small Car Engine Production

United Auto Workers Local 599 Chairman Terry Everman talks about GM's investment of $109 million at its Flint and Bay City, Michigan facilities to support engine production for current and future fuel-efficient small cars produced for the U.S. market as Flint Engine Plant Manager Terri Burden looks on - Friday, May 13, 2011 in Flint, Michigan. The investment will protect or add 96 jobs at the two sites. GM will spend $84 million at Flint to increase 1.4-liter engine capacity. Bay City's investment of $25 million is for connecting rods and camshafts used in the engine. (Photo by Steve Fecht for General Motors)