Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. issues a stern disavowal of any aspirations to market a pickup in the U.S. following initial media reports the Korean auto maker is studying the prospect. The reports say Hyundai has approached Chrysler Group LLC to build a truck based on the platform that shoulders the Detroit auto maker’s Ram pickup. “Hyundai Motor Co. denies that there are any current plans to bring a pickup truck of any type into the U.S. now, or in the foreseeable future,” says Dan Bedore, ...

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