The Detroit News is reporting that General Motors will spend $36 million to fund a mid-cycle revamp for the sport-utility vehicles produced at the Lansing Delta Township Assembly Plant.

The announcement was made Monday by General Motors CEO Mary Barra in Lansing. The news is encouraging since GM is planning to stop production in the coming weeks at its Lordstown, Ohio plant where the Chevrolet Cruze is made. At LDT, the Chevrolet Traverse and Buick Enclave crossovers are produced; two of GM's most popular models.

According to the report, there will be no additional jobs as a result of the investment. But, LDT is expected to continue with its two full-time shifts.

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