Hyundai Mobis

18th October 2021

Weekly Brief: EV Sales Suggest ICE May Have ‘Had its Chips’

So much for the myth that real drivers don’t like electric vehicles. Porsche reported last week that its all-electric Taycan is outperforming its flagship sports car, the gasoline-powered 911...

Commentary by Andrew Tolve


12th October 2021

Hyundai Unveils Folding Steering Wheel for Driverless Cars

Hyundai’s automotive supply subsidiary has developed a foldable steering wheel assembly for use in autonomous vehicles. The stand-alone company, Hyundai Mobis, has unveiled the system that can allow for...


23rd August 2021

Hyundai’s AI Powered Level 5 Concept Stars at IAA

Hyundai will unveil it’s Level 5 autonomous concept shuttle aimed at future smart city transportation at next month’s IAA Mobility 2021. The concept, developed by the automaker’s technology supplier,...


21st July 2021

Hyundai claims Brainwave in Driver Health Monitoring

Hyundai’s auto supplier wing claims to have developed brainwave-measuring technology that could enhance in car health monitoring. After three years of development, Hyundai Mobis says it has created ‘M.Brain’,...


21st September 2020

Cyber-Security Hardware at Risk of Being Ignored

Automotive cyber-security hardware remains a relatively small market and a missing piece in the vehicle protection. According to a forecast by security chip provider Infineon, cyber hacks might cost...

By Roma Nazarov


29th June 2020

Hyundai Claims V2X Comms Breakthrough

Hyundai Mobis is claiming a breakthrough in its V2X technology saying its latest hardware can handle large volumes of data in real time. It says its Integrated Communication Controller...


27th March 2020

Hyundai First Roof Air Bag Nears Market Readiness

Hyundai claims it is near to bringing the world’s first roofline passenger airbag system to market. Its standalone component supply company, Hyundai Mobis, is now engaged in production assessments...


24th March 2020

Hyundai’s Radar to Protect ‘Forgotten Kids’

Hyundai’s component producer claims to have developed a radar system that could end the risk of children being left forgotten in the back of cars. There have been several...


31st December 2019

Detroit Driverless Binge to Push Tech and Acceptance

Autonomy will take to the streets next June during the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). Except, they’re not calling it autonomy. “Automated” is the official term for the...

By Susan Kuchinskas


30th October 2019

Russian AV Developers Start Collaboration With Hyundai

Hyundai’s parts-and-service arm, Hyundai Mobis, is running its own independent self-driving project M.Billy with a plan to launch robo-taxi services in several Russian smart cities by 2020. No doubt,...

By Roma Nazarov


24th September 2019

Hyundai JV Promises Robo-Taxi By 2022

Hyundai’s latest joint venture could accelerate plans in autonomous vehicle technology as it hopes to launch a robo-taxi vehicle within three years. The carmaker has signed an agreement with...


Hyundai Unveils AV Warning Lighting Systems
10th January 2019

Hyundai Unveils AV Warning Lighting Systems

Hyundai’s component-making unit is launching lighting systems it says can warn other road users when a vehicle is being driven autonomously. The systems are being unveiled at the Consumer...