In what probably is the first complete redo of the 2008-introduced Genesis sedan, Hyundai Motor took the wraps off a sleek overhauled edition of its high-end Genesis sedan in South Korea on Tuesday.
South Korean automaker Hyundai has revealed in a last-week announcement that it is bringing a hydrogen vehicle to the market in 2014, when it will start selling a Tucson SUV powered by a hydrogen fuel cell in the US.
After having recently launched its new `Grand i10' small car, leading Korean automaker Hyundai Motor India Ltd (HMIL) has revealed in a recent announcement that it is developing a compact sedan based on the Grand i10.
Owned by the Hyundai Motor group, Hyundai and Kia accepted that they had over stated the mileage for 900,000 vehicles which were sold in United States in previous two years.
The sales of Hyundai Motor Co fell for the first time in over three years in August owing to partial strikes at South Korean factories that hit the domestic sales hard. Workers in their first walkout in four years came as the second costliest strike for the South Korean automaker.
In relation to the air bag issue, in accordance with U. S. safety regulations, Hyundai Motor Co is calling back some Santa Fe SUV's and Sonata sedans for separate air bags. The number of Santa Fe SUV's being recalled that were manufactured from April 2006 through July 7, 2008 are 228,797, because of the possibility of the air bag in the front passenger seat not deploying in a crash.
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