Hyundai celebrates its 25th anniversary in the United States
The stay of Hyundai in America since 1986 is nothing short of a success story. It is a noble dream that is worth celebrating, as the company has earned the respect and trust of its ever-growing number of American users.
Hyundai’s tale of success in America has seen over 6 million of its brand of cars sold from its inception, with over 4 million still on every drive way. It came up to being the sixth largest auto company in America after selling over half a million of its different brand of cars in 2010.
Such height of success was driven by its commitment to float products that are directly fashioned for customers’ satisfaction. Customers have attested to the fact that the Hyundai’s 10 year warranty attached to each of its product is seconded by none. Apart from the issue of warranty, the company is poised to challenge conventions.
This claim which was made by John Krafcik; president and CEO of Hyundai Motor America, could be traced to Hyundai’s power-train strategies, fantastic customer partnership programs, and their unparalleled Equus and Genesis approach to retail.
Despite the enormous growth, which brought about the establishment of an uncompromising fuel economy goal, its aspirations are ever mounting as the company is committed to a 50 miles-per-gallon-plus fleet average come 2025. The plan is under the banner of Blue Drive, and is accompanied by the implementation of a variety of new and affordable technologies which includes turbo-charging, light-weighting, internally-developed transmissions, and direct injection technology.
Presently, Hyundai engineering team is developing solutions in the area of battery and new fuel cell which is aimed at providing a formidable alternative to internal combustion engine.
The company is also looking into making a blissful future for its products as the award winning brand, Genesis, will undergo a comprehensive face-lift, coupled with new transmission systems and engines. The near future will also see to the emerging of its performance-driven Genesis R-Spec and its brand new 429 horsepower Tau 5.0L V8 making its first appearance in the market.
As though that is not enough, customers are sure to get the all-new Hyundai Veloster 3-door and 40-mpg sporting coupe that will feature Hyundai‘s Blue Link telematics solution. The Veloster will accompany the unique 4 and 5-door brands of the Hyundai Accent that will provide the needed 40 mpg.
Although the company is well focused in the auto industry, it is never limited to it alone. It is worth knowing that for each Hyundai brand of cars sold since 1998, a percentage is used to combat cancer; and the donation has well gotten to more than $23 million.
The Hyundai silver jubilee present, which is a high-tech headquarters of the company on Fountain Valley due for completion in the last quarter of 2012, is set to double the capacity and size of their current location. Such comfortable environment for Hyundai and its employees will set the pace for another level of growth of the company.