HWASEONG, South Korea – By any measure, Hyundai Automotive Group’s rise has been nothing short of spectacular, and powertrain technology has had a lot to do with that success. This theme was clear during a 2-day international powertrain conference the auto maker hosts near its Namyang research and development center 30 miles (50 km) south of Seoul. In the past 14 months, Hyundai and its Kia sister brand have launched a series of new engines and transmissions and have several more in the ...
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