Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. launches the much-awaited Korean version of the Tucson small cross/utility vehicle, to be known as the Tucson ix. The new entry will be shown at next month’s Frankfurt motor show ahead of its European debut as the Tucson ix35. In Korea, the CUV will sticker for 21 million-27 million won ($16,800- $21,600) for diesel-powered versions and 19 million-24 million won ($15,200 - $19,200) for variants equipped with gasoline mills. A veritable clone of the ix-onic show ...

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