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After leaving FCA on a hot streak in 2015, Saad Chehab is back in the advertising game, this time as chief marketing officer for Kia Motors America. He'll have a lot on his plate.
Kia hired former BMW and Great Wall designer Pierre Leclercq as its head of styling in a move expected to help the automaker reverse its fortunes in China.
Chinese buyers are shunning Hyundai because of political tensions over a missile-defense system, with sales plunging 64 percent in the aftermath.
Hyundai and Kia temporarily shut down plants in Alabama and Georgia to avoid potential damage from tropical storm Irma.
Kia will reveal a sporty wagon concept at the Frankfurt auto show intended to preview design elements of the next Cee'd compact and a possible stand-alone model.
A sharp decline in fleet sales continued to push combined Hyundai-Kia sales down 15 percent to 107,633 units in August.
Kia will reveal a sporty wagon concept at the Frankfurt auto show intended to preview design elements of the next Cee'd compact and a possible standalone model.
A South Korean court ruled against Kia Motors and ordered the company to pay $374 million in unpaid wages.
New Jeep Scrambler on menu?; Spied: 3-row Lexus RX, next Chevy Blazer?; Audi board shakeup ahead, report says; Asbury's Monaghan stepping down; Kia future product.
Kia continues to expand its horizons with more electrified powertrains, new crossover nameplates and a legitimate sports sedan that will seek to challenge the German stalwarts.
Kia is outshining big brother Hyundai in the U.S. But after a rebuilding year, Hyundai has big things planned for 2018.
Don't look now, but Kia has outsold Hyundai in each of the past two months.
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