Hyundai Motor Co. will replace its Mitsubishi-based Galloper sport-utility with a vehicle called the Terracan. The sport-utility, which will be unveiled at the Geneva International Motor Show this week, will be sold in Europe, Asia and other markets this spring. No U.S. sales are planned. Unlike the Galloper, the Terracan was developed and engineered by Hyundai. A part-time four-wheel-drive system is standard, and a full-time Borg-Warner torque-on-demand system is optional.
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