The Korean automaker's 10,000,000th vehicle is a Tucson off-roader destined for France, where SUVs and Southwestern style are all the rage. Hyundai is second only to Toyota in terms of exporting cars from its home country. Unfortunately, if you examine the kind of cars being exported, you'll see about 40 percent are of the shoddy old school Accent variety, far below the quality of current U.S.-market Hyundais. The big H claims that the next 10 mil exports will be new school Hyundais. Yeah, sure they will. And a donkey could beat a Porsche in a— oh wait, nevermind.
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