Hyundai Motor suspends production at Asan plant due to chip shortage: report

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The shortage had led to problems for Hyundai over parts of the powertrain control unit. The Asan plant produces 300,000 vehicles each year, including the Sonata and Grandeur sedans.


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Hyundai’s Asan plant produces 300,000 vehicles annually, including the Sonata and the Grandeur

South Korean company Hyundai Motor Co plans to suspend production for two days from Monday at its Asan plant due to a chip shortage, TBEN said, citing an unidentified official of the society.

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The shortage had led to problems for Hyundai over parts of the powertrain control unit, the agency added.

The Asan plant produces 300,000 vehicles each year, including the Sonata and Grandeur sedans.

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