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Hyundai rolls out 8 Millionth Car in 19 Years 6 Months

By Niranjan Mudholkar,

Added 12 June 2018

Targets to achieve 10 Million Units in First Half of 2021

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Hyundai Motor India Limited has marked the 8 millionth car nilestone with the rollout of the 2018 Creta. Since inception, Hyundai Motor India has sold 5,300,967 units in the Indian Market and 2,703,581 units in exports globally.

Hyundai rolled out its first Million car, Santro, in 2006, just eight years after commencement of commercial production in 1998. Thereafter, production picked up momentum, with the next million milestone being achieved within an average of 18-19 months. Hyundai registered its highest-ever domestic sales of 5,36,241 units – a growth of 5.2% in Financial Year 17-18.

Commenting on this remarkable achievement, Y K Koo, Managing Director and CEO, Hyundai Motor India Limited said, “Evolution of a Revolution is Hyundai’s DNA. Today marks a momentous and landmark day in the history of Hyundai Motor India with the achievement of 8 Millionth Milestone. Hyundai is the only manufacturer to achieve this feat in the shortest span of time while strengthening our Manufacturing Excellence, Customer Experience, Marketing Innovation and Corporate Social Responsibility. In our evolving journey to becoming India's most Loved and Trusted brand, we have pushed the boundaries and taken on new challenges at every step. Our vision is to deliver on the promise of becoming the ‘Lifetime Partners in Automobile and beyond’. I dedicate this achievement to our valuable customers and every member of the Hyundai family.”

“Thanking 8 Million Customers and remembering their Brilliant Moments with Hyundai cars, we will be launching a series of activities and Emotionally Connecting Campaigns to mark the 20th year of excellence in Sales and Production in India,” he added.

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