Hyundai, Kia sell 100 million vehicles in 54 years after launch

Seoul, April 11 (IANS) South Korea’s top carmaker Hyundai Motor and its affiliate Kia Motors have sold almost 100 million vehicles in 54 years after their establishment, the companies said on Monday.

The top two South Korean automakers have sold a total of 99.7 million cars in the global market through March since they began selling cars in 1962, Xinhua reported.

Hyundai has sold 64.02 million units, with Kia having sold 35.68 million units.

Their global car sales are expected to top a landmark 100 million level in April, the companies said in a joint statement.

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