SOUTHFIELD, MI – An entry-level model to go head-to-head with offerings from Toyota Motor Corp.’s Scion youth-brand, plus a hybrid vehicle, are on Hyundai Motor America CEO Robert Cosmai’s wish list. The auto maker is preparing to step up to the plate against its larger Asian competitors in the U.S. market by launching seven new models over the next 24 months. (See related story: Hyundai Eyes Fullsize Pickup for U.S.) “We are looking at some products right now that have nothing to do ...
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