Hyundai has set some lofty goals for the end of the decade and U.S. dealers are not too sure about them. The Korean automaker wants to boost sales in the U.S. to 1 million vehicles and add a luxury brand in the vein of Lexus and Acura. Hyundai would not only have to increase their dealerships by at least 350 stores, but also have to convince the American buying public that their redesigned Equus can take on the quality leaders. I think Hyundai should be happy where they are, but that just doesn't happen anymore in the auto industry.
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