Right now, 1,541 employees are working there, 1,351 hourly and 190 salaried. The factory is unionized and covers 2.5 million square feet.
Body Shop, Paint Shop, General Assembly, Central Utilities Complex
$190 million investment for the production of the new Cadillac ATS. The investment created 600 jobs and resulted in the addition of a second shift.
$88 million for the next generation CTS.
Products & Production
2012 CY Volume: 76,785
Cadillac CTS (33,107) and CTS-V (917): 2012 CY produced –34,024
Cadillac CTS Wagon (1,598) and Wagon-V (277): 2012 CY produced –1,875
Cadillac CTS Coupe (13,542) and CTS Coupe-V (1,066): 2012 CY produced 14,608
Cadillac ATS: 2012 CY produced 26,278
2013 North American Car of the Year (Cadillac ATS)
2013 Cadillac ATS Named Car of the Year by Esquire
2013 Cadillac ATS named Autobytel Luxury Car of the Year
2013 Cadillac ATS named Motor Press Guild Vehicle of the Year
2013 “Best of the Year” Drivers’ Choice award by PBS’ MotorWeek
J.D. Power and Associates Bronze Plant Award for initial quality
MotorWeek 2011 Drivers’ Choice Award: Best Coupe (CTS Coupe)
Edmunds Inside Line Most Wanted Awards for 2011 (CTS-V Wagon)
Car and Driver 10Best List for 2011 (CTS-V Sedan, Coupe and Wagon)
AUTOMOBILE Magazine 2011 All-Star (CTS-V Wagon)
MSN Autos Editors Choice Award for 2010 (CTS-V Wagon)
AutoWeek Best of the Best Car for 2011 (CTS-V Coupe)
Popular Mechanics Auto Excellence Award: Top 10 Cars of 2011 (CTS Coupe)
Motor Authority Best Performance/Luxury Car to Buy for 2011 (CTS-V Coupe and Wagon).
Esquire Car of the Year Awards for 2010: Best Domestic Car (CTS-V Coupe)
“One million Michigan-made Cadillacs is a great milestone for Lansing and for luxury car-building in America,” said Bob Ferguson, senior vice president Global Cadillac. “Lansing Grand River is an essential ingredient of Cadillac’s growth. It is a benchmark for luxury car manufacturing in North America, which takes another step forward today with the launch of the new CTS.”