Hyundai Supplier Reveals Plan for Revamped Elantra

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SEOUL, Oct 7 (Reuters) - A revamped version of Hyundai Motor's Elantra, the company's popular compact sedan, could be launched in 2015 after a small company said it had won a contract to supply steering wheels for that time. South Korea's Dayou Smart Aluminum said in a filing on Monday that the company would supply steering wheels for the new Elantra for seven years starting the second half of 2015. It said the timing could be subject to change depending on Hyundai ...

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