DETROIT — Hyundai Motor of America makes a bid for the U.S. sport/utility vehicle (SUV) market with the worldwide unveiling of its Santa Fe concept here, while Kia Motors America outlines its future. The Santa Fe, designed by Hyundai's California studio in cooperation with design teams in South Korea, is heavily influenced by American tastes and is primarily targeted for the U.S. market, Hyundai says. Targeted to hit dealer showrooms in the spring of next year, Hyundai expects to sell ...

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