General Motors has plans to invest $175 million at the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant over the next three years.

The investment will fund a project that will halt production of two Cadillac sedans and replace them with two yet-to-be named products.

The plant's manager, said he doesn't know when the company will name the two new products to be built in Lansing and if a third shift could be added at the plant.  The plant will replace the Cadillac CTS and ATS sedans.

According to the Lansing State Journal, GM's new cars to be built at the Lansing plant are expected to debut sometime before 2021.