LA JOLLA, CA – Hyundai Motor America still is studying adding a people hauler that can accommodate six or seven occupants to its lineup, CEO and President John Krafcik says. Ward’slearned last year the Korean auto maker was developing a potential Ford Flex competitor that was to bow during its current new-vehicle introduction blitz, ending in 2011. Plans for the model were scraped when the global recession hit, and Hyundai began exploring a similarly styled smaller vehicle. “Right ...
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