India’s second biggest car maker and Korean major auto maker stated that it is currently studying the Indian market to launch commercial vehicles as part of its global plan to strengthen the segment.

To begin with, the company that mainly sells compact cars in India is considering introducing high-end and premium trucks in the country. The reports quoted Hyundai Motor Company Deputy General Manager (Commercial vehicle Marketing team) J.D. Lee as saying "There are lots of possibilities to launch commercial vehicles in India. We are currently studying the Indian market. So, we are planning." When asked by when the company could launch the commercial vehicles in India, he said "We hope to launch it very soon."

Lee further said that the company is looking at high-end and premium trucks for the Indian market initially. Besides, it is also considering at introducing buses as well. "We are trying to launch high-end and premium trucks. As far as the models that we have, I think it is not a problem. We have many models all over the world," he added. He added that, "Then, we will decide how many units. It is not enough to just launch a product, we have to think about the service part also and that is taking time."

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