Hyundai Motor produces its ten millionth vehicle
Hyundai Motor rolled out its 10 millionth car from its manufacturing facility in Sriperumbudur, near Chennai, on Wednesday, celebrating the company’s 25th year in India. ALCAZAR, the business’s flagship sports utility vehicle, formally rolled off the assembly line, marking the 10 millionth vehicle produced by the company. M K Stalin, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, was present at the plant and signed the car’s hood to commemorate the occasion.
“Hyundai’s dedication to the ‘Make in India’ project is illustrated by the historic milestone of the 10 millionth automobile roll-out. It also demonstrates our goal of improving Tamil Nadu’s socioeconomic development and making the state more self-sufficient “S S Kim, the MD of Hyundai Motor India, stated.
Since opening the plant in 1998, the automaker has invested over USD 4 billion and created over 2.50 lakh employees, according to the firm. With the commissioning of the first integrated vehicle production factory outside South Korea, Hyundai began operations in Sriperumbudur in 1998.
“One of the numerous programs we’ve launched for the benefit of society is today’s launch of community-centric social value projects. We appreciate all of our customers who continue to put their trust in us and make Hyundai the most trusted provider of smart mobility solutions “Kim, who is also the company’s CEO, stated.
The launching of the ‘Dream Village Project-2’ is one of Hyundai Motor’s community social value initiatives for Tamil Nadu. The building of a child care centre was intended to help 500 people per year. The launch of an income-generation program (dairy farming) for rural women in the Kancheepuram district, which will help 200 families.