Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. wins a contract to export 26,373 Verna subcompact sedans to Libya, the single largest order in South Korea’s automotive history. The first shipment of 5,000 units reportedly left South Korea’s Ulsan port for Libya Sept. 4. All of the vehicles are slated to be delivered by year’s end. Hyundai previously had shipped Libya 6,900 Vernas specially designed to accommodate people with certain physical handicaps.

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