Hyundai Motor Co. has started retail leasing of its hydrogen-powered Tucson crossover as the South Korean carmaker and competitors look to expand the market for alternative zero-emission electric vehicles.
Hyundai Motor Co.’s U.S. operations will recover the market share it lost during the past two years as it takes the constraints off its global factory output and boosts production, the automaker’s top American executive said.
Dave Zuchowski, Executive VP of Sales, Hyundai Motor America talks about the luxurious customer service and convenience that Hyundai offers to Equus owners and how the model is a game changer for Hyundai.
Subaru, the auto unit of Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., added the most U.S. market share of any foreign carmaker last year as the brand long known for quirky all-wheel- drive vehicles continued to win more mass-market fans.
Hyundai Motor Co. forecast sales of its revamped Sonata midsize sedans that missed analyst estimates, as South Korea’s largest automaker seeks to regain U.S. market share from Toyota Motor Corp. and Honda Motor Co.
When Hyundai Motor Co. last overhauled the Sonata in 2009, motorists embraced the curvier exterior and the South Korean company went on to gain more market share than any major automaker for the next half decade.
Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. led U.S. sales gains for Asian automakers, topping analysts’ estimates with stronger-than-expected November deliveries that were buoyed by Black Friday shoppers.