SAN DIEGO — As Hyundai Motor America introduces its first sport/utility vehicle (SUVs) for the U.S. market, President Finbarr O'Neill hints that a larger engine could figure in to the vehicle's future. “In a couple years it's a possibility,” Mr. O'Neill says when asked if the Santa Fe could offer anything larger than the 2.7L V-6 now available in addition to its base 2.4L DOHC 4-cyl. “Right now, 2.7L is about what that engine bay would carry,” he says. “It would require re-engineering of ...
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