ATLANTA – There will be more than a year’s gap between Kia Motors Corp.’s retail launch of its new Amanti large-sedan replacement in Korea and when the car will debut in the U.S. That’s because Kia Motors America’s 2010’s new-product launch pace already is hectic. “We have a pretty busy year next year, from a launch standpoint,” Michael Sprague, vice president-marketing-KMA, tells Ward’s here. “There’s nothing more exciting than having new product to talk about, but at some point (you ...
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