While the Big Three look over their shoulders at Toyota, all four auto makers might want to adjust their rearview mirrors, where Hyundai soon could appear in the passing lane. Hyundai in the U.S. may seem like small fry right now, but it has big plans. Already it is the fourth-largest foreign auto maker here, behind Toyota, Honda and Nissan. And it’s a good bet South Korea’s leading auto maker has drawn a bead on Nissan. Hyundai Motor America CEO Bob Cosmai admits the gulf between his ...
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