LAS VEGAS – It wasn’t that long ago Hyundai was considered strictly an entry-level brand. So for the sixth year, Hyundai Motor America is using the Specialty Equipment Marketing Assn. show here this week to further disassociate itself from its humble beginnings. The South Korean auto maker is showing seven distinct vehicles aimed at turning the heads of young tuners and sprucing up its economy-car image in the process. And each vehicle does indeed challenge onlookers to rethink their ...
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