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Hyundai Motor Company, a significant name in the automotive world, was established in 1967 by Chung Ju-yung in South Korea. It quickly distinguished itself as an innovator in the Korean auto industry with its first model, the Cortina, developed in collaboration with Ford in 1968. However, the brand truly came into its own with the introduction of the Hyundai Pony in 1975, South Korea’s first domestically produced car, which was styled by Giorgio Giugiaro and featured Mitsubishi’s technology.

Fast forward to today, Hyundai has evolved into a major global player. It is the third-largest car manufacturer in the world by production volume as of 2022, trailing only Toyota and Volkswagen. Hyundai’s success can be attributed to its expansive product line, which includes everything from sedans and SUVs to cutting-edge electric and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. The company is also pioneering in technology with its subsidiaries Genesis for luxury cars and Ioniq for electric vehicles, demonstrating Hyundai’s commitment to innovation and quality.

Recent years have seen Hyundai expanding its influence and operational scope, asserting a strong presence in major markets worldwide, bolstered by a reputation for reliability, advanced technology, and sustainable vehicle solutions. This positions Hyundai not just as a car manufacturer but as a forward-looking mobility provider in the global automotive landscape.

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