DCX and Hyundai to develop new light commercial trucks

Wright, Chris
December 2000
Automotive News;12/18/2000, Vol. 75 Issue 5908, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that DaimlerChrysler AG and Hyundai Motor Co. plan to launch a range of light commercial vehicles under a brand name that will target established industry leaders. Likelihood that the brand will be an amalgamation of the DaimlerChrysler and Hyundai names; Agreement of DaimlerChrysler in June 2000 to buy a ten percent stake in Hyundai Motor.


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