Hyundai’s union agrees to increasing EQ900 numbersHyundai Motor and its labor union agreed to double production of the luxury EQ900 sedan.
The nation’s leading automaker said Sunday the two sides agreed to increase production of the sedan at the Ulsan plant in South Gyeongsang to a total of 32,000 units per year.
The company said 13,000 orders have piled up and the automaker will start exporting the EQ900 to North America in the first half of this year.
The EQ900 was rolled out in December under the automaker’s new luxe brand, Genesis. It will be marketed with the name G90 in overseas markets.
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