General Motors will double production from its Talegaon manufacturing unit from March this year, four months ahead of schedule, to meet increasing demand in the market for its products. The firm will make 400 units every day from the Talegaon, against 200 units a day now. It is also considering to go for a third shift production at the Halol facility, which is producing 250 units per day. The company plans to hire 800 people in the next eight months. Currently GM have 4,000 people across India. The American automaker is eying to sell about 1.2 lakh units in this year, against 70,000 units last year, up by over 70%.