SEOUL, June 10 (Reuters) - South Korean automaker Kia Motors may launch the revamped version of its popular mid-sized Optima sedan in the second half of next year, after a small company said it had won a contract to supply parts for the vehicle from June 2015. Betting on what would be the first makeover of its key model in over five years, Kia seeks to win back customers in major markets like the United States and South Korea, analysts said. The Optima sedan, which is sold as K5 in Korea, is ...
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