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GM minimizes its eventual plans for new models for the Oshawa plant

General Motors of Canada is looking for a new series of vehicles to continue its activities in its Oshawa plant in Ontario, but a spokesman for the company minimizes Wednesday rumors that an announcement is imminent about it .

"Although we do not have to do any ads yet, we evaluate, in fact, different products that could be produced at the plant," said Wednesday Patty Faith, a spokesman for GM. Some media have reported that GM may unveil, for this week, plans for the factory located east of Toronto, or are being built Chevrolet Impala and Buick LaCrosse sedans / LaCrosse. The new Camaro sports models should be added towards the end of 2008.

However, Ms. Faith says she "did not know if a echeancier for eventual ads had been elaborated." "Usually we do not do ads on a particular product (as long as the process is no more advance)," she has precise. According to some rumors, the Oshawa plant could be entrusted with the construction of a luxury Cadillac and a new version of the Chevrolet Malibu sedan, although it may need to wait several years before these projects materialize.

"During our negotiations in May, we are talking about building a second brand of vehicles out there (in Oshawa), and very recently, we have indicated that there was reason to hope the addition of a third series of cars, has revealed Stew Low, another spokesman for GM Canada. But we must first hold further discussions about it. I think it is too early to specify the name and specifications the brand. "

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