According to Hyundai US CEO John Krafcik, 6% of American Express Centurion card holders - who, on average, have a household income of $1.3 million - own a Hyundai.
It's no secret that wealthy Americans love BMW and Mercedes, but a new report is indicating Hyundai is gaining traction.
According to U.S. CEO John Krafcik, 6% of American Express Centurion "Black Card" holders - who, on average, have an annual household income of $1.3 million and $16.3 million in assets - own a Hyundai. This implies the brand is on equal footing with Audi and Bentley, but something tells us a few of the Hyundais are bought for teen drivers instead of personal use.
Regardless, Krafcik also hinted the Genesis would be getting all-wheel drive but not until the 2013 model year - at the earliest.