All GM rims were, and had been since the 50's, Hub Centric PERIOD - on both cars and light truck applications.
All you'd have to do is read the rim spec. to know this.
(Any GM 'Service'"Advisor" should know this basic information - if they are worth a $hit
Chrysler vehicles or the 60~70's were also. Can't speak for the 80's on stuff, I gave up on them by then ...
Ford's cars can be, dependent on model type. Oddly, many of their small, often 4-lug, cars were while the larger were not ... Their trucks are not.
Your use of hub or lug centric replacement rims is up to you.
For most street use applications, with decent lug stud quality assured and proper lug type used, a lug centric rim type will not cause issues.
For any competition you will want increased stud strength, and size if needed, to assure proper rim retention under increased stresses.
Many competition sanctioning bodies also require stronger studs and a dedicated lug type.