Hyundai Motor Company (005380-SE)

SeekingAlpha  Dec 1  Comment 
Automotive World  Dec 1  Comment 
Led by CUVs and Hyundai’s smallest cars, Accent and Veloster, Hyundai had its best November ever, with overall sales of 62,507, up four percent over one year ago. Hyundai Division posts sales of 61,201 units “With gas prices remaining...
Forbes  Nov 30  Comment 
What are the best new car models of 2016? If you ask some fifty North American journalists, the list shakes out to the following: the all new Chevy Bolt EV; the Genesis G90, Hyundai’s new luxury car to kick off its new luxury division; and the...
TechCrunch  Nov 29  Comment 
 Hyundai is launching a new website called “Click to Buy” in the UK, where customers can purchase its cars directly with fixed pricing and no haggling. The online model of car sales is one that Tesla employs widely for its own vehicles, owing...
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 24  Comment 
Strong crossover design and typical value packaging should help the SUV win hearts now
The Economic Times  Nov 24  Comment 
Studies have shown that the pollution in Delhi is largely caused by activities outside related to crop burning etc. The auto industry is not the cause of concern.
Forbes  Nov 23  Comment 
The Hyundai Celesta has been unveiled on the Guangzhou Auto Show in southern China. The Celesta is a sharp looking compact sedan, but it is not entirely new.
The Hindu Business Line  Nov 21  Comment 
Rolls 7-millionth car out of Chennai factory
Forbes  Nov 18  Comment 
Hyundai is providing 150 of its all-new Ioniq EV to the free vehicle-sharing service WaiveCar.





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Market Share

U.S. Auto Industry Market Share by Sales
Manufacturer May-04[1] May-05[2] May-06[3] May-07[4] May-08[4]
GM--25%24%19%
Toyota--15%17%18%
Ford17.4%18.3%17%17%15%
Chrysler--13%13%11%
Honda--9%9%12%
Nissan--6%6%7%
Hyundai---5%6%
BMW---2%2%
Volkswagen---2%2%
Daimler---1%2%
Global Auto Industry Market Share by Production[5][6]
Manufacturer Rank 2007 2008 Change in Production Manufacturer Rank 2007 2008 Change in Production
GM113.0%11.9%-11%Suzuki113.6%3.8%1%
Toyota211.8%13.3%8%Chrysler123.5%2.7%-25%
Volkswagen38.7%9.3%3%Daimler132.9%3.1%4%
Ford48.7%7.8%-13%BMW142.1%2.1%-7%
Honda55.4%5.6%0%Mitsubishi152.0%1.9%-7%
PSA64.8%4.8%-4%Kia161.9%2.0%2%
Nissan74.8%4.9%-1%Mazda171.8%1.9%5%
Fiat83.7%3.6%-6%Avtovaz181.0%1.2%9%
Renault93.7%3.5%-9%Faw191.0%0.9%-6%
Hyundai103.6%4.0%6%Tata200.8%1.1%36%



U.S. Auto Industry 2008 Market Share by Sales (May 2008)
U.S. Auto Industry 2008 Market Share by Sales (May 2008)[4]


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