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This Car Factory Assembles Camaros Every 35 Minutes

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This Car Factory Assembles Camaros Every 35 Minutes

Short | 01:59

At the Lansing Grand River plant, where the Camaro is assembled, speed is the name of the game: it takes just 35 minutes for one vehicle to be fitted with the undercarriage, transmission, and exhaust.

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It's a uniquely American sports car that's been resurrected by a company that, like the Motor City itself, never gave up. Crushed by a global financial meltdown of epic proportions, GM fought through bankruptcy and can now build the machine it has always wanted to. Take a ride in the sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro, a high-performance roadster that's fast, lightweight, and affordable. Then meet some of the members of the Chevy family who are as resilient as the supercar they build.

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