Six years ago, General Motors was on its heels, roiled by the Great Recession and forced into bankruptcy.
But last year, the new GM sold nearly 3 million vehicles in the United States, up 5.3 percent from 2013 with seven of its models hitting new annual sales marks.
With confidence high in the brand, Integrity Buick GMC Cadillac is remaking its Chattanooga dealership and spending more than $2 million in the upgrade.
"With the offerings they have and what's coming down the pike ..., the overall direction of the company is very, very positive," said Brent Morgan, Integrity Automotive Group president.
Morgan said the work at the International Drive dealership will include a new separate showroom for Cadillac as well as one for Buick and GMC.
Currently 30,000 square feet in size, plans are to make the facility a little larger, boosting its spaciousness and flow, he said.