ANN ARBOR, MI – A senior Hyundai Motor America official says that contrary to published reports the U.S. sales arm probably will not bring the i10 minicar here. “It’s very unlikely we’ll bring the i10 to the U.S.,” John Krafcik, vice president-product development and strategic planning for HMA, tells media at an event for the Genesis sedan here. Hyundai already sells the fuel-sipping A-car in South Korea and Europe. For U.S. buyers looking for more fuel-efficient Hyundai offerings, ...

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