Hyundai is a multinational company specializing in the production and sale of cars, founded in Korea in 1967. The company manufactures a wide range of cars including sedans, hatchbacks, SUVs and trucks. Initially, Hyundai operated mainly in the construction and installation sector, and was involved in the construction of infrastructure works in Korea, including railways and bridges.
In the 1960s and 1970s, Hyundai expanded its activities into the production of automobiles, electrical appliances, ships, aircraft and electric power. In the auto industry, Hyundai started with assembling Ford models in Korea, before developing its own models.
In the 1980s and 1990s, Hyundai launched many models of cars such as the Excel, Sonata and Elantra, and quickly became one of the largest automakers in Korea. In 1998, Hyundai acquired Korean motorcycle manufacturer, Daewoo Motors, to expand its vehicle production.
Currently, Hyundai is one of the largest multinational corporations in the world, with activities in various fields including automobile, ship, aircraft, electronics, energy and construction manufacturing. . Hyundai has also expanded its operations to international markets and is now one of the most popular car brands globally.
Hyundai has always focused on the research, development and production of the latest and most advanced automotive products, using high technology and modern design. Hyundai products are appreciated for their quality, durability and safety.