Fresh details about the new pickup HyundaiJuly 10, 2019
With the concept of a pickup Satan Cruz, the world community was introduced four years ago. Then the brand was going to put the model on the conveyor twice, but every time the plans failed.
Hyundai plans to begin production of a new pickup truck in the United States. This was told by vice president of corporate and digital planning, Michael O’Brien. Speaking with journalists from Automotive News, he noted that production in North America would allow the brand to avoid a 25 percent import tax on imported cars.
For the first time the conceptual pickup Santa Cruz was released in 2015: Hyundai brought it to the motor show in Detroit. After that, the automaker was going to launch a serial version of the pickup truck twice, but the novelty never made it to the conveyor.
When announced pickup will be on sale, not yet reported. Yes, and details about the future of the new Hyundai share extremely reluctantly. It is known that the pickup will have little in common with the concept presented in Detroit: it will be decorated in the new corporate style of Hyundai. The platform for the next generation Tucson crossover will most likely serve as a platform for the new product, while the Honda Ridgeline is called the main rival of the new product.
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