Kia motors in the US stops production due to chip shortage

The global automotive chip shortage that began at the beginning of this year is still continuing. Hyundai Motor and Kia are the automakers affected by the chip shortage. Many of Hyundai’s factories have previously Production was discontinued due to chip shortages.

Hyundai Motor’s plant in Asan stopped production twice this month due to chip shortages. The latest reports from foreign media show that the Hyundai Motor Group’s Kia plant in the United States will again stop production due to chip shortages this week.

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According to reports from foreign media, Kia’s plant in the United States, located in Georgia, will suspend production for two days due to chip shortages on Thursday and Friday of this plant.

The suspension of production on Thursday and Friday is Kia’s Georgia plant this year because of a chip shortage and it stopped production again. Last month, this plant stopped production for two days due to a chip shortage.

Kia’s plant in Georgia, USA, is producing models including Telluride, Sorento SUV, and K5. In the first quarter of this year, this plant produced 70,600 cars.

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