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A roundup of brands, from GMC to Lincoln, that will unveil new product at the Detroit auto show.
Kia Motors will showcase an electric vehicle concept Monday during CES in Las Vegas.
Hyundai-Kia's 2017 U.S. sales dipped 10 percent to 1,275,223 vehicles, with December volume off 8.6 percent, as the company pared fleet shipments and battled the industrywide slump in car demand.
Hyundai and Kia expect global sales to rise 4 percent in 2018 to 7.55 million, suggesting a slow recovery from a slump linked to their lack of crossovers and SUVs in the U.S. and diplomatic tensions with China.
Hyundai, Kia forecast sales slowdown for '18; LeEco founder defies order; Feds open safety probe into Ford F-150, SUVs; Maserati fire risk; Snyder: New or used in 2018?
Most memorable ads of 2017: Kia takes Melissa McCarthy on 'Hero's Journey'; Tears, troops and Hyundai; Escape challenges CR-V; Antarctic adventure; Baby hamster on board.
Seoul-based advertising agency group Innocean has bought independent creative agency David & Goliath, a deal that unites two companies known for their work with South Korean automakers.
Hyundai, which ran a post-game Super Bowl ad last season, has secured ad time during the 2018 game.
Hyundai Motor Group, lagging behind rivals in the introduction of electric vehicles, is stepping up plans for battery-powered cars as world governments crack down on polluting fossil fuels.
Kia is coming back to the Super Bowl for the ninth straight year, as the automaker establishes itself as one of the most loyal advertisers in the game.
Hyundai and Kia, behind weak fleet and sedan volume, continued to post sales declines in November that have dominated their 2017 performance virtually every month this year.
Auto sales, behind strong results at Nissan, Ford and Honda, rose to 1,399,640 in November -- a record for the month -- exceeding most forecasts and driven by light-truck demand and fatter deals.
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