Created in 1967 by the Ju-Yung brothers and established in Seoul, South Korea, the Hyundai Motor Company was the world’s fourth largest automaker in the year 2010. Together with its sub-division Kia, it has been one of the fastest growing car manufacturers. Owing its success to improved product quality standards and a re-worked brand image.
Hyundai, meaning “modernity” in Korean, is well established in street cars, but has also left its marks on motorsports. Its models are sold in 193 countries around the globe.
|origin:||Republic of Korea, 1967|