Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. invested $233 million over 49 months to develop its first-ever 3L V-6 diesel engine, available in the new Veracruz cross/utility vehicle that went on sale this month in South Korea. The auto maker also is beginning exports of the Veracruz from South Korea to unspecified left-hand-drive markets, excluding the U.S., where Hyundai Motor America officials says the CUV will go on sale in January. The Veracruz gets the turbocharged diesel S-engine in South Korea and a ...

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