Hyundai DefinitionSource (google.com.pk)
a korean car company. owned by the Hyundai Motor Company which also owns KIA.
Making the best use of synergy effects with Kia Motors, Hyundai Motor Company has set its sights on providing the finest customer service, up-to-date technology, flawless quality and the best value in the industry. In addition, the company will focus its R&D efforts on the development of more environment-friendly technologies, while at the same time more aggressively implementing its "Sigma 6," quality improvement campaign that will earn the greater trust of its customers and ultimately contribute to improved business profitability.
Pristine natural environment is a birthright and is perhaps the most important legacy we can bequeath to our children and future generations. Our efforts to develop 'greener' technologies are unrelenting as we seek new ways to protect the planet from further environmental damage. The company is placing increasingly greater effort on the development of environment-friendly power plants which are powered by a variety of alternative fuels and which emit less pollution than conventional combustion engines.
Hyundai Motor Company's ambition to become one of the top five global automakers would be impossible to achieve without continuous investment into the development of future-oriented concept cars that have come to serve as barometers of competitiveness, technology and creativity.
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Korean mechanical company founded in 1971 which, aside from cars, makes TVs, ships, boat motors, computer screens and other miscellaneous computer parts, some heavy machinery, agricultural machines, and some other stuff. However, most of the products beside their cars, computer parts, and some TVs will stay in Korea.
Hyundai cars are known for having incredible fuel efficiency, but after the first 4 or 5 years the maintenance falls to shit and loses the performance it had just a few years earlier. This unfortunately causes these cars to have poor resale value. Having noticed this, the company started working harder on the cars, which are becoming more and more dependable with a longer life and are starting to maintain their value. (Similar story to Samsung, which is also a Korean company and now one of the largest electronic companies in the world)