At CES 2023, Hyundai Mobis said it will showcase its products in its largest exhibition space ever, where it will unveil a new convergence technology optimized for purpose-built vehicles (PBV).
Under the theme of ‘Hi! For a Better Tomorrow!’ Hyundai Mobis will be unveiling new PBV concept models M.Vision TO and M.Vision HI. ‘TO’ refers to going ‘toward’ the future; ‘HI’ refers to ‘a humanity-oriented’ driving experience. M.Vision is Hyundai Mobis’ brand for future mobility technologies.
M.Vision TO is a self-driving vehicle based on an electrification system featuring cameras, radar, LIDAR, e-corner modules, and MR displays that are integrated into the four pillars located on the front and rear sides of the vehicle. PBV-grade seats inside M.Vision can be folded or rotated.
M.Vision HI is a PBV designed for leisure, relaxation, and outdoor activities. The glass of the vehicle can be used as a large display screen to watch movies or even enjoy online shopping. M.Vision HI features gaze-assisted remote control technology that utilizes the eyes of the user as the controller, allowing them to appreciate the content without any additional manipulation.
The new convergence technology incorporates advanced systems such as self-driving sensors, e-corner modules for independent driving and steering, and MR (mixed reality) displays into the vehicle frames. With the new technology, Hyundai Mobis said it will widen the possibilities for purpose-based mobility, delivering features specially tailored to the needs of drivers. In addition to the new PBV concept models, Hyundai Mobis also plans to showcase 19 of its newly developed, mass-producible mobility technologies at its exhibition space, including the future cockpit integrated solution (MVICS 4.0), LED grille lighting, and hologram AR-HUD.
Ahead of the conference, Hyundai Mobis will be presented with the CES 2023 Innovation Award for its swivel display technology and new concept rear wheel suspension technology. The new concept rear wheel suspension is an innovative technology that can be applied to future vehicles, such as EVs and PBVs, to facilitate integrated functions and weight reduction.
To learn more, visit the Hyundai Mobis website here.