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Hyundai Mobis has unveiled urban shared mobility concept cars, M.Vision X and M.Vision POP. The new vehicles and technology were revealed at its R&D headquarters in Korea. 

M.Vision X is purpose-based 4-seater mobility. M.Vision X means the expansion of communication (eXpansion), connected experience (eXperience), and expedition into a new space (eXpedition). As the windows of the vehicle can be transformed into a display with a special theme (Virtual Space Wall), it is possible to use all 360º transparent windows of the vehicle as a screen for watching sports games or performances.

M.Vision POP is a small mobility concept based on electric vehicles, developed under the theme of ‘TECH JOY.’  Its core solution is ‘PHOBILITY.’ It is a compound word of Phone and Mobility. It means mobility enjoyed on a smartphone. It is a new mobility technology that introduces the concept of smartphone and steering wheel docking to control the vehicle with the smartphone.

Hyundai Mobis also unveiled the next-generation integrated cockpit system (M.VICS: MOBIS Vision of Integrated Cockpit System). This integrated cockpit is a next-generation system in the mass-production stage that integrates all the core technologies of Hyundai Mobis, e.g. ADAS and biometrics.

Vice President, Cheon Jae-Seung, Head of the Fundamental and Advanced Lab of Hyundai Mobis, says: “We worked hard to sublimate the changes in life people have had to cope with in the post-Covid 19 era with new mobility technologies. The new mobility platform, as presented by Hyundai Mobis, contains the spirit of technical exploration, which also enables people to share their thoughts and feel the joy of everyday life.”

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M.VISION POP: Hyundai Mobis disclosed the urban shared mobility concept car, M.Vision POP, 2-seater small EV mobility

Mobis currently has more than 30,000 employees and has been manufacturing in more than 30 regions in 10 countries. In addition to its R&D headquarters in Korea, Mobis has 4 technology centers in GermanyChinaIndia and the U.S.

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