Hyundai Motor Company
Type Public
Headquarters Seoul, Seoul Federal District, Greater Korean Republic
Hyundai Motor Company is the primary producer of cars and trucks in the Greater Korean Republic after the break up of Toyota and the incorperation of Lexus and Scion in the Hyundai Motor Group. The Motor Group employs an total of 80,000 people and has factories located in the Allied States of America and Mexico. 9 November 2011


After the Political Crisis of 2007, the Hyundai Motor Group used this oppurtunity to dominate the automotive industry in Asia and eventually did when the Toyota Motor Group declared bankruptcy after its recent recalls. Hyundai recieved Lexus and Scion, as well as an majority of the former staff of Toyota, while Mitubishi recieved the other half of the industry. Kia Motor was soon bought out by Hyundai, and now Hyundai dominates the Asian car market.

Model lineup

  • Verna
  • Santro
  • Tiburon
  • Dynasty
  • Elantra
  • Eon
  • Centennial
  • Camry (formerly Toyota)
  • Corolla (formerly Toyoa)
  • Excel
  • Genesis
  • Genesis Coupe
  • Azera
  • Elantra Touring
  • Matrix
  • Optima (formerly Kia)
  • Pony
  • Santamo
  • Sonata
  • Soul (formerly Kia)
  • Stellar
  • Veloster

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