DETROIT – Hyundai Motor America sees sales crossing the half-million mark, but not until the auto maker’s forthcoming plant in Montgomery, AL, gives it the capacity it needs to do so, top Hyundai officials tell Ward's. Annual sales of 500,000 units would firmly establish Hyundai as a top-tier auto maker in the U.S., says Robert F. Cosmai, vice president-national sales at Hyundai Motor America. Santa Fe is among Hyundai models back-ordered in U.S. Hyundai has increased sales ...

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