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General Motors invests $28.5 million in extension of test centre

General Motors has opened the completely renewed high-speed circuit at its Dudenhofen Test Centre. The modernisation of the test track is part of an investment totalling 28.5 million euros. At ten million euros the renewal of the high-speed circuit, the centrepiece of the General Motors Test Centre, and the installation of world-class test and sensor technologies, represent the single largest investment.

“The opening of the high-speed circuit is a milestone for our Test Centre,” said Mike Ableson, Opel/Vauxhall vice president of Engineering, during the opening ceremony. “This is a clear sign of our commitment to the long-term future of our development facilities in Germany. The extensions are a significant contribution to further increasing the quality of our products, and bringing affordable innovations to our customers fast.”

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