STOCKBRIDGE, Massachusetts, U.S.A. — In an effort to make its vehicles more oriented toward the U.S. market where its sales have been booming, Hyundai Motor America (HMA) announces plans to open a research and development center in Irvine, California. The new R&D center represents a consolidation of design, engineering and certification operations presently scattered in different facilities in the U.S. The center also will give HMA greatly increased responsibility in the development ...

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