General Motors (GM) is an American automotive company headquartered in Detroit, Michigan. General Motors designs, manufactures, and distributes vehicles and parts through it's 3600 dealerships nationwide. General Motors Company was formed in 2009, reborn through bankruptcy liquidation of it's former name General Motors Corporation. The company retained four major brands: Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC, and Buick, but produces vehicles under thirteen brands. General Motors employs 216,000 workers across 37 countries and conducts business in 120 countries. General Motors has 396 facilities across six continents. General Motors corporate presence in Austin features about 500 employees, with many more across it's dealerships. Austin hosts General Motor's IT Innovation Center, one of four in the country, at 13201 McCallen Pass Austin, TX 78753.