GM Uzbekistan ( Uzbek: JM Ozbekiston, Russian: Джи Эм Узбекистан ) is a joint venture between the Uzbek UzAvtosanoat with the U.S. General Motors automobile manufacturing.
After the union with the Daewoo Motor Chevrolet learned of the Uzbek automobile manufacturers and was able to negotiate another agreement, which became the GM Uzbekistan after several years of negotiations in 2007.
GM Uzbekistan started on 27 November 2008 with the production. The first vehicle was a Chevrolet Lacetti, which also was the 1,000,000 produced by UzAvtosanoat vehicle that day rolled off the assembly line. The annual output is 250,000 units. Since the beginning of the third quarter rolled in Asaka also the Chevrolet Spark M300 from the band which is so far only intended for export. So far, the Chevrolet models are assembled CKD kits. But GM Uzbekistan plans to soon at least 50 percent of all vehicle parts themselves produce. For example, it is planned over the newly created company GM Powertrain Uzbekistan also has its own motor production. But the door panels, seats and dashboards will soon be produced in the factory. A work that more than 200,000 annually will ever front-rear and side windows made for the models of Uz - DaewooAvto and the Chevrolet Lacetti in the, was opened. Currently, about 5,000 employees work at the GM Uzbekistan.
- Chevrolet Captiva (since 2008)
- Chevrolet Epica (since 2008)
- Chevrolet Lacetti (since 2008)
- Chevrolet Nexia (2008 to 2010)
- Chevrolet Spark M300 (since 2010, export only)
- Chevrolet Tacuma (since 2008)