Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. reportedly plans to establish a new $550 million diesel-engine manufacturing plant in India that will supply the i10 compact car and other vehicles produced at the auto maker’s two plants in Chennai. News reports in Korea and India say the facility is under study. It would produce up to 300,000 diesel engines annually. Currently, the i10 produced in India is available to domestic customers with only a gasoline engine. Diesel-equipped versions of the i10 are ...

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