SOUTHFIELD, MI – Hyundai Motor America is mulling entering the fullsize pickup market, a potential next move after it completes the launch of a spate of car-based models here over the next two years. Tucson is one of seven new Hyundai models coming. Although the auto maker has been able to successfully break into the light-truck market in the U.S. with unibody, car-based cross/utility vehicles, CEO Robert Cosmai tells Ward’s he very much would like to add a body-on-frame pickup truck ...

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