General Motors de Chile

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General Motors de Chile S.A.
GM Chile
Subsidiary
IndustryAutomotive
Founded1974
Headquarters,
Area served
Chile
ProductsAutomobiles
OwnerGeneral Motors
Websitewww.chevrolet.cl

General Motors de Chile is the Chilean subsidiary of General Motors. It is located in the city of Santiago, in the commune of Huechuraba (El Rosal).

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General Motors de Chile is one of the subsidiaries of the American automotive conglomerate General Motors.[1] It was officially established in 1974, when the appearance of the brand GM Chile originated at the beginning of the brand's representation and sale operations, which; subsequently, some of its models would be assembled, under the Chevrolet brand, and some of which were of Japanese origin (Chevrolet Luv Cabmax), of Opel (Opel Corsa) and others were and are currently imported from GM) manufcaturing plants in the region (as from the Colombia (Colmotores), Ecuador (GM OBB), Argentina, and Brazil).[1]

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