|1967 - Present|
|Seoul, South Korea|
Hyundai is a South Korean automotive manufacturer founded in 1967. It first started off license-producing Ford vehicles and made its first vehicle, Pony, in 1976. Since then it developed cars such as the Sonata and Excel, the latter which was Hyundai's first export to North America.
Early production vehicles were fit with transmission and engine from Mitsubishi but Hyundai developed its own by the early 90s. Hyundai is currently the world's 4th largest automotive manufacturer in annual sales and owns Kia Motors.
|Tiburon GT||2.7L V6||181 bhp||176 lb·ft||FWD||7.2 secs||1424 kg|