Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. releases details of the Kappa engine that will power the new i10 compact sedan produced in India for domestic and other markets. The mill is manufactured at Hyundai’s newly opened $250 million engine and transmission plant in Chennai that has annual capacity for 250,000 mills. The new engine also will power the i20 subcompact to be unveiled at the Paris auto show in October. Developed over a period of 48 months, the Kappa is being produced in three variations for ...

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