SEOUL – The Hyundai and Kia brands will be separated by styling, as well as unique technologies, a top Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. official says here. “There is no definite differentiation between Hyundai and Kia at the moment,” Steve S. Yang, president and CEO-HMC, tells North American media here today at Hyundai-Kia headquarters. Grille styling will be a primary hallmark for each brand, with Hyundai sticking to a trapezoidal shape while Kia adopts what Yang calls a “tiger nose.” In the ...

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