PORTLAND, OR – Hyundai's resistance to adding plant capacity despite increasing consumer demand is a sign the brand is growing up, says the Korean brand’s U.S. chief. "It's driven very much by our chairman (Mong-Koo Chung), and I think it reflects a new kind of maturity," Hyundai Motor America CEO John Krafcik tells WardsAuto during a Veloster media event here. It's a big shift.” Hyundai for years pursued volume in the U.S., often setting what appeared to be unreachable sales goals as ...
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