Saturday, May 06, 2006

Automotive: Hyundai provides 1,250 cars for World Cup in Germany

Hyundai Motor, has provided about 1,250 Hyundai cars for the forthcoming World Cup in Germany.

On Thursday (local time) Korea's biggest automobile maker, delivered the fleet of cars for the World Cup to FIFA and German soccer officials.
Franz Beckenbauer, the head of the World Cup organizing committee for the 2006 World Cup and Horst R. Schmidt, the senior vice-president of the body, were at the delivery ceremony along with FIFA and Hyundai officials.

The Korea Times, reports that in addition, "250 Hyundai tour and limousine buses will transport 32 national team members, volunteers helping at the event, and world journalists across the European country".