Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. will launch production of a flex-fuel B-segment car at a new $600 million plant to be built in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Ward’s learns. The all-new vehicle, as yet unnamed, also will be built in China and a plant now under construction in Russia, a source says. It was developed and tested at Hyundai’s Namyang facility in South Korea. “The new B-segment vehicle will compete in Latin America with the Honda Civic Fleet and Chevy Corsa,” the source says. It will be ...
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