Hyundai Motor America, continuing to expand its lineup on the way to becoming a full-line manufacturer, is considering diesel engines for its passenger cars, an official tells Ward’s. John Krafcik, vice president-product development and strategic planning, says in an interview that such a scenario is a “possibility” but the first order of business is getting Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.’s 3.0L V-6 S-diesel engine as an option for the Veracruz large cross/utility vehicle in the U.S. Sister ...

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