LA JOLLA, CA – John Krafcik, president and CEO of booming Hyundai Motor America Inc., says the Korean auto maker has no plans to expand its U.S. manufacturing base beyond the current footprint, despite capacity constraints. “No short-term plans,” Krafcik tells Ward’s during a media event to launch the new-for-’11 Elantra compact car. Hyundai’s sole North American assembly plant in Montgomery, AL, with a capacity of 300,000 units annually, already is straining to build enough Sonata ...

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