SEOUL – Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. is aiming for a late 2008 introduction of a diesel engine to the U.S., a top executive here tells the media. CEO Kim Dong-Jin says the auto maker wants to bring its new Veracruz large cross/utility vehicle to the U.S. with a diesel engine. Hyundai currently sells the Veracruz with a 3L V-6 diesel engine in South Korea. A Hyundai Motor Europe official told Ward’s last month the Veracruz diesel also was Europe-bound. In the U.S., Hyundai is launching the ...
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