In response to the Pakistani dealer’s Kashmir tweet, Hyundai said, “We stand firmly on nationalism.” Reiterates that India is the second home of the Hyundai brand. “We have a zero-tolerance policy towards sensitive communication and we strongly condemn such comments,” the company said.
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Responding to the development, Hyundai Motors India took to social media to release a message to reiterate its commitment to the Indian market.
“Hyundai MotorIndia has been committed to the Indian market for over 25 years and we stand firm on our firm policy of respecting nationalism.”
The company further said, “The unsolicited social media posts linking Hyundai Motor India are hurting our unparalleled commitment and service to this great nation.”
Reiterates that India is the second home of the Hyundai brand. “We have a zero-tolerance policy towards sensitive communication and we strongly condemn such comments,” the company said.
Hyundai Motor India added, “As part of our commitment to India, we will continue our efforts to improve the country as well as the citizens.”
It is noteworthy that Hyundai Motor India is the second largest car manufacturer in the country after Maruti Suzuki India. It currently sells 12 models in the domestic market, including Creta and Venue.
In December last year, the automaker announced plans to invest around Rs 4,000 crore to launch about six electric vehicles in India by 2028.
The company plans to build a mix of models based on its existing range as well as completely new vehicles based on its global platform ‘e-GMP’ in the next few years.
Founded in 1967, the Hyundai Motor Company is present in more than 200 countries with over 120,000 employees.