I would also add the tens of thousands of design and testing hours that go into any car. In this case, of course, those jobs were almost exclusively located in the US at GM or GM suppliers. Under the current "label law" those costs don't appear on the content percentage. They are admittedly hard to calculate and allocate to any given model. However, make no mistake: When you buy a US-made GM car, there is much more going to the US economy than is shown on the label; and yes, the converse is true for products made elsewhere.
2012 Crystal Red / Black, #10,860, delivered Dec 14, 2011.