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HYOSUNG Brand History
Hyosung Motors is a subsidiary of Hyosung Group of Industries and was founded in 1978, being initially focused on building Suzuki designs. The agreement between Hyosung and Suzuki was signed in 1979 but the company grew up a lot in the next few years so it was chosen as the motorcycle supplier for the Asian Games held in 1986. In addition, it was also selected as the motorcycle supplier for the 1988 edition of the Olympic games.
As mentioned, the company grew up a lot in its early days so, as a result of its continuous expansion, it established its first technical research institute in 1986. By 1987, the company was already able to build motorcycles using in-house technology. One year later, Hyosung was already capable of exporting motorcycle to Japan, no less than two models being sent to the neighbors: Familia 100 and FR 50.
The time passed by and the company continued its expansion, creating two new departments in 1990: the Machine Sales Incorporation and the M... continue reading HYOSUNG history →
Latest News about HYOSUNG
Just like we announced earlier, Korean bike manufacturer Hyosung and their local partner DSK Motowheels are making solid moves in the Indian market. They announce the next machine to be offered to Indian customers: the GV250 cruiser. After enjoying the warm welcome the GV650 had, Hyosung realized that the Indian m... Continue Reading →
Korean manufacturer Hyosung and their local operations partner in India, DSK Motowheels are planning to enter the fiercest segment in the Asian markets: the 125-150cc class. Already established as a premium producer, Hyosung is selling around 150 bikes a month, and this is great, considering the fact that their ma... Continue Reading →
It looks like the announced smaller-displacement bike offensive announced to start in 2013 triggers early reactions, as Korean motorcycle manufacturer Hyosung will once more be present in Canada. The Bikes will be imported in Canada via the US dealer Hyosung USA, President Tony Kim told Canada Moto Guide. Hyosung ... Continue Reading →
South Korean manufacturer Hyosung celebrated the launch of an electric scooter as part of its North American product line-up for 2011. The product in question is the Hyosung ST-E3, a vehicle that runs on a proprietary lithium-polymer battery that can be charged in a household electrical outlet in three hours. Acco... Continue Reading →
Hyosung has found considerable success in Australia and now aims at the number-one spot in motorcycle sales in the smallest of the geographic continents.Therefore, the South-Korean motorcyle manufacturer has recently announced that its 2010 models have received a major facelift and that they features fuel-injection a... Continue Reading →