DETROIT – Hyundai Motor America says it will launch production of a revamped Sonata at its brand-new Montgomery, AL, assembly plant in the first week of March. President and CEO Robert Cosmai says the auto maker plans an aggressive ramp-up, with sales of the new model targeted at 150,000 units during its nine months of availability this year. Hyundai looks to sell 150,000 new Sonatas this year. But production speed will come second to quality as the new plant gets up and running, ...

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