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Hyundai overtakes its German luxury car rivals

By Bloomberg
23 February 2018   |   3:40 pm
In its debut year, Hyundai’s luxury line bumped Volkswagen AG’s Audi from top billing to the No. 2 spot, with premium mainstays BMW, Toyota Motor Corp.’s Lexus and VW’s Porsche rounding out the top five.

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