Hyundai says it will add a third shift at its Montgomery, AL, plant, which should bring total output this year to 345,000, WardsAuto learns. The factory, established with a 300,000-unit annual capacity, is home to the hot-selling Elantra compact and Sonata midsize passenger cars. Adding the third shift equates to 20,000 additional units beyond the 325,000 Hyundai planned to build there this year, plant spokesman Robert Burns says. Hyundai has struggled to meet demand for both sedans, ...

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