CHULA VISTA, CA – Hyundai expects to hit its U.S. sales target of 700,000 units this year, despite a possible cooling of the industry, a top U.S. executive says. "We have a very good shot at 700,000," John Krafcik, CEO-Hyundai Motor America, tells WardsAuto in an interview at a media event here. Hyundai delivered 292,856 units through May, up from 263,588 in like-2011. The auto maker is particularly enthused that sales in each of the past three months have exceeded ...

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