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Isn't the process of assembly for Kappa more involved, more difficult? Wilmington used to build the L-Series, before that it either built minivans or Malibus/Cutlasses I dont remember which, so it should be able to handle decent capacity for regular assembly.
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I thought the goal was to do enough with Kappa to have the plant at full capacity which would put it in the same ball park as any other GM plant.


That plant used to build mid size cars with a capacity to build around 200k a year. They won't come anywhere near that with KAPPA,maybe 60k-80k a year.
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no they can at maximum capicity 1500 a monthso thats 18000 a year i read that on fastlane.gmblogs.com from lutzs but it has to be hand welded (the frame) all that hydra forming metal. also it was supposed to be a low production vechile so not every one would have one cuz then it would lose its aw that is a sweet car i want that.
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I think they'll reach their production capacity, or at least come close to it, if a certain concept vehicle debuting at NAIAS is produced http://www.cheersandgears.com/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/AH-HA_wink.gif


Wouldn't Kappa be to small for what I think you are hinting at, didn't the insiders say it's not a flexible platform?
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