SUPERIOR TWP., MI – “Sensitive internal discussions” are under way within Hyundai about a new vehicle-assembly plant, U.S. CEO John Krafcik reveals. Hyundai has been capacity-constrained for much of this year, unable to build as many vehicles as customers are demanding. “All the demand signals say we should do something sooner rather than later,” Krafcik tells media today during a preview here of models Hyundai will roll out at the upcoming Los Angeles and Detroit auto shows. But as ...
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