I know the naysayers at one time said they won't happen. Except they have. Electric vehicles ( along with solar and wind power ) are the future.
These investments by big corporate mean they have taken things seriously. I am glad these corporate giants have decided to continue investments in unionized factories.

US and Canada autoworkers welcome GM and Fiat Chrysler investments
On 20 October, Terry Dittes, UAW international vice president announced an agreement with General Motors on plans to invest US$2 billion into six US plants and modernize the Spring Hill, Tennessee assembly plant to build the next generation all-electric vehicles.
The Tennessee site, organized by UAW Local 1853, will build the new electric crossover Cadillac Lyriq, while members of UAW Local 602 in Delta Township, Michigan, will build the new generation Acadia.
The day before, on 19 October, members of Canadian union Unifor at Fiat Chrysler in Brampton, Etobicoke, Windsor, Mississauga, Montreal and Red Deer ratified by a 78 per cent majority a new three-year collective bargaining agreement with the auto company. The agreement also includes significant investments, job security and economic gains for workers.
http://www.industriall-union.org/us-...er-investments