Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama celebrates launch of the all-new 2022 Tucson

“Brought to Hyundai Motor Company Tucson Production to the US because we’ve proven our ability to build world-class automobiles, “he said Ernie Kim, President and CEO – Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama. “Today the Hyundai brand has a positive dynamic in the market thanks to the growing range of sport utility vehicles. The new one Tucson will continue this dynamic in 2021. “

HMMA recently completed a factory expansion project to support adding the Tucson to the product mix from HMMA. The addition of the Tucson will further enhance HMMA’s ability to adapt vehicle production to market demand and to remain competitive in the ever-changing automotive market.

“With the addition of this fourth Hyundai vehicle to the HMMA lineup, the Hyundai brand can meet the growing demand for SUVs in the North American market,” said José Muñoz, President and CEO of Hyundai Motor North America. “It will also better position HMMA to take full advantage of its vehicle assembly capacity.”

The addition of the Tucson will continue to maintain high quality jobs at HMMA and across the supplier base. Tucson is Hyundai’s best-selling model worldwide and represents its vision of advanced design, environmentally-friendly drives and segment-leading technologies. HMMA will supply combustion versions of the Tucson to the North American market, including Canada and Mexico.

The 2022 Hyundai Tucson will be available from US dealerships this spring.

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Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama, headquartered in Montgomery, an independent manufacturing company of the Hyundai Motor Company, based in Seoul, Korea. HMMA currently produces the Hyundai Sonata, Elantra, Santa Fe, and Tucson. Hyundai cars and sport utility vehicles are everywhere The United States from Hyundai Motor America and are sold and serviced by more than 900 Hyundai dealers across China North America.

SOURCE Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama, LLC


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