If you’ve read some of our blogs in the past, you might already be aware that the Hyundai Motor Company is much more than just an automaker. They are working hard to revolutionize not only the auto industry but technology as a whole, with all sorts of initiatives from robotics to aircraft, all with a similar focus on mobility. Earlier this year at CES 2020, Hyundai revealed their initiative to design a Smart Mobility Ecosystem, and now we’ll be sharing what exactly that looks like with the pictures and video below.
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“For our smart mobility solutions, we considered what truly matters in cities and in people’s lives. UAM, PBV and Hub will revitalize cities by removing urban boundaries, giving people time to pursue their goals, and creating a diverse community. Our goal is to help build dynamic human-centered future cities and continue our legacy of progress for humanity.”
– Euisun Chung, Executive Vice Chairman, Hyundai Motor Group
What does the Smart Mobility Ecosystem include?
The 1:8-scale display features a glimpse of what one of these future cities might look like, but most importantly it integrates three popular Hyundai initiatives into one model. It includes Urban Air Mobility, Purpose Built Vehicles and Hub, or Mobility Transit Base. While this doesn’t exactly affect the vehicles we provide from Hyundai here in Cocoa, it does give you an idea of the types of technologies Hyundai is developing. The company is dedicated to revolutionizing technology on this grand scale, but that reflects its dedication to technology in its vehicles as well.
Where Hyundai vehicles are concerned, the brand is currently focused on releasing more electrified vehicles to its lineup, as evidenced by the recent unveiling of the 2021 Hyundai Elantra Hybrid. We’ll be sure to clue you in on other technological advancements the company brings about as it does, so don’t be afraid to check back often to learn more!