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Koreans to polish their luxury waresAug. 10, 2015
There used to be no such thing as a Korean luxury car. Now, Korean siblings Hyundai and Kia will take their luxury lineups to the next level. Hyundai plans to redesign its top-of-the-line Equus for the 2017 model year. At the same time, Kia will re-engineer its Cadenza.
Hyundai gears up to plug holesAug. 10, 2015
For the last few years, Hyundai's ambitions for U.S. growth have been foiled by a scant lineup of crossovers and trucks. Hyundai will remedy that with a future product plan that includes a small CUV to vie with the Honda HR-V and perhaps a versatile pickup truck based on the Santa Cruz concept from the January's Detroit auto show.
Updates to core models will keep Kia busyAug. 10, 2015
Kia will have a crammed calendar over the next year as the company prepares to open a new small-car factory in Mexico. It will be updating three of its mainstay models: the Rio subcompact, the Forte compact and the Sportage compact crossover.