DETROIT -- Hyundai’s never been short of ambition, and that was clear as the Korean automaker’s director of eco-vehicle development announced the company’s plan to have 26 alternatively powered cars and SUVs — including six electric vehicles and two with hydrogen fuel cells — on sale by 2020.
It’s a bold goal, particularly since it coincides with Hyundai’s plan to launch six vehicles for its Genesis luxury brand in the same period. Few automakers have tackled bigger engineering challenges, and none have done it so publicly.
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