Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. will begin exporting the new rear-wheel-drive Genesis premium sports sedan to China during first-half 2008, a company source tells Ward’s. Hyundai’s sales in China have declined every month in 2007 vs. year-ago, and it no longer ranks among the top-10 best-selling auto makers in the country. Hyundai aims to deliver about 3,000 units of the Genesis in China next year, Reuters reports. Unlike some other models in the luxury-car class, Hyundai will not modify the ...

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