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Hyundai Mobis to showcase AI-controlled concept car at IAA Mobility 2021

As excitement builds for the first IAA Mobility 2021 in Munich, Germany, from September 7-12, 2021, Hyundai Mobis has offered a glimpse of what to expect at their stand. The 7th largest supplier will unveil its M.Vision X, an AI-included concept car for fully autonomous driving in a European premiere. The all-electric, zero-emission M.Vision X is a purpose-built 4-seater mobility vehicle. It is controlled autonomously and via an integrated centre cockpit that communicates with passengers contactless via gesture recognition. In addition, the M.Vision X offers highly innovative technology solutions and a unique reinterpretation of the automotive interior. For example, all of the vehicle's windows can be switched into a display with various functions.



The company says it will also showcase what it describes as the most innovative technology components of the new all-electric Hyundai IONIQ 5. The concept includes advanced MOBIS electrification components, the IONIQ 5 achieves a range of up to 100 kilometres after just 5 minutes of charging and a range of almost 400 kilometres when fully charged. A total of 30 innovative and strategically essential components from the development of the IONIQ 5 will be presented by Hyundai Mobis at the IAA Mobility.


The company, which in addition to Hyundai and Kia also supplies components to other well-known automotive carmakers in North America and Asia, will be presenting the latest technology solutions in the following areas:

Hydrogen-electric powertrains, autonomous driving, pure electric drives, high-performance radar, Advanced head up displays, Adaptive lighting technology, Safety technology, airbag technologies, 48 Volt technology, infotainment, Chassis construction


Hyundai Mobis plans to expand its European market position further following major investments that have already been made in its plants in the Czech Republic (battery assembly) and Slovakia (mild hybrid battery assembly + EV battery system assembly). Furthermore, they plan to expand their electrification capabilities in Europe and establish new production lines for core electric vehicle parts. In addition, Hyundai Mobis operates a winter test facility in Arjeplog, Sweden.



Hyundai Mobis has also decided to convert 100% of its electricity consumption at all its sites to renewable energy. By 2030, 65% of the electricity consumed at all domestic and overseas sites will come from renewable sources, and 100% will be achieved by 2040. This means the company meets the Climate Group's RE100 criteria.

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