Hyundai plans first-half debut of new Genesis
The Korea automaker is expected to unveil the Tucson fuel-cell vehicle, which is sold in Europe as the ix35, next week at the Los Angeles auto show, Hyundai Motor America Chief Executive John Krafcik told reporters at the company’s technical center outside Detroit.
Through 2016, Krafcik said, Hyundai plans to build 1,000 of the Tucson fuel-cell vehicles, which are made on the same Korean assembly line as the gasoline-powered model, but the company is prepared to build more if the demand is there.
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