New CEO Robert Cosmai has an important message for Hyundai Motor America’s dealers: Get ready. That’s a warning others in the industry need to heed, as well. With a new U.S. assembly plant on tap, and nine new products on the way between now and 2007, Hyundai is gunning for a significant slice of the U.S. market, with deliveries targeted to reach 600,000 sometime after 2005. Longer range, HMA has an eye on topping 1 million units annually. Betting against the importer may not be the ...
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