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The good vibes from Hyundai's course correction in the truck market could be tempered by lingering frustration over Genesis.
Andrew DiFeo says Hyundai Motor America's problems stem from one thing: overproduction of the wrong kinds of vehicles. DiFeo says Hyundai's lineup is starting to match consumer demand, and 2018 will be a critical year.
Kia's sales slipped in 2017, but with in-demand products rolling out this year, dealers are hopeful that sales and profitability will tick up.
A Hyundai executive called for caution in the development of autonomous cars after an Uber self-driving vehicle struck and killed a woman in Arizona.
U.S. probes Hyundai, Kia airbag failures; Dana, Melrose sweeten GKN bids; Online sales products, China's GAC in spotlight at NADA; O'Sullivan joins marketer's board; Jeep concepts.
Andrew DiFeo, Hyundai's National Dealer Council chairman, says Hyundai's product lineup is finally starting to match up with consumer demand.
With new and updated product rolling out this year, Kia dealers expect the brand to be better positioned to meet the market's demands.
NHTSA said it is opening a probe into why some airbags failed to deploy in Hyundai and Kia vehicles after crashes in which four people were reportedly killed and another six injured.
Hyundai's ad agency Innocean has put chief creative officer Eric Springer on leave amid sexual harassment allegations, the latest case of a prominent ad executive being accused of impropriety.
Hyundai is looking partly to its past in embracing a new design direction previewed by the Le Fil Rouge concept.
Hyundai installed billboards around the Geneva auto show calling out Tesla CEO Elon Musk by name.
In Geneva, Aston Martin's big gamble pays off, Hyundai plays it safe and Subaru teases us again.
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