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KR Motors

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Type  Public
Website  www.krmotors.com
Headquarters  South Korea
Key people  Sang Yong Sung
Founded  5 June 1978
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Industry  Motorcycle manufacturing
Stock price  000040 (KRX) ₩ 796 -5.00 (-0.62%)17 Mar, 12:51 PM GMT+9 - Disclaimer
CEO  Sang Yong Sung (27 Mar 2015–)
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KR Motors Co. Ltd. is a South Korean motorcycle manufacturer. Its CEO is Sang Yong Sung .

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History

Founded in 1978 as a division of the Hyosung Group of industries, Hyosung began producing Japanese Suzuki motorcycle designs under license for the South Korean market in Changwon, South Korea in 1979. In 1986, they established their own research and development center in Hamamatsu, Japan, and the next year, they began mass production of their own designs. They were the official motorcycle supplier for the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. In 2003, Hyosung Motors & Machinery Inc. was spun off from the Hyosung Group to become its own corporate entity. In June 2007, Hyosung Motors Division was acquired by Korean company S&T Group (Science and Technology), and the name was changed to S&T Motors. In 2014 S&T Motors was acquired by Kolao Holdings, and the name was changed to KR Motors.

Current products

Recently, KR Motors has expanded from its traditional business of simple and efficient bikes for commuting into the recreational market. This includes adding models with larger engine displacement, up to 678cc and expanding into developed markets such as Australia, Northern Europe, Canada, India and the United States.

Sportbikes "Comet"
  • GT650
  • GT250R
  • GD250R / Naza N5R
  • GT125R
  • Standards - "Comet"
  • GT650
  • GT250
  • GT125
  • GD250N Exiv / Naza N5
  • Cruisers
  • ST7
  • GV650 - "Mirage/Aquila"
  • GV250 - "Mirage/Aquila"
  • GV125C
  • "Work" motorcycles
  • KR110
  • Scooters
  • Exceed
  • Megajet
  • Rapid
  • SF50 "Prima"
  • SF50R "Rally"/"Rally50"
  • SF100 "Rally100"
  • SD50 "Sense"
  • MS3 125/250
  • Grand Prix 125 4T
  • Supercap
  • Off-road bikes
  • RX125
  • Troy
  • ATVs
  • TE50 "WOW50"
  • TE100 "WOW100"
  • LT160
  • TE450
  • References

    KR Motors Wikipedia


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