AAM to Supply Axles for GM's Next-Gen Pickup
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AAM to Supply Axles for GM’s Next-Gen Pickup

The new vehicles will debut for model year 2023.

American Axle & Manufacturing (AAM) announced it has been selected as the new axle supplier for GM’s next generation mid-size pickup trucks. The new vehicles will debut for model year 2023.

“AAM is pleased to expand our partnership with GM as the new supplier of axles for GM’s next generation mid-size pickup trucks. We look forward to providing our latest and most efficient driveline technologies for the Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon,” said AAM chairman and chief executive officer, David Dauch. “This vehicle program continues AAM’s mission to support growth in advanced vehicle technologies.”

AAM says the axles supporting this additional truck program will be built at its Three Rivers Manufacturing Facility in Michigan.

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