LA JOLLA, CA – Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. plans to bring to market a plug-in hybrid-electric vehicle by late 2012 or early 2013, a top official says at a Sonata Hybrid media preview here. The car will be sold both in Korea and the U.S., but what technology will be used has yet to be decided. “Right now, we are developing two different types of plug-in hybrids in-house,” says Ki-Sang Lee, senior vice president-HEV development group, Hyundai R&D Center. The two versions mirror the ...

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