Electronics and Semiconductors

Hyundai Mobis showcases autonomous shuttle at CES 2022

11 January 2022
The M.Vision Pop EV was shown at CES with its 90-degree rotation of wheels and cargo storage system. Source: Hyundai Mobis

Hyundai Mobis, a research wing of Hyundai Motors, offered its glimpse of the future of transportation with an autonomous shuttle that is part of its shared mobility concept vehicles at last week’s CES 2022.

Among all the cool self-driving cars and interesting concept vehicles that were launched at CES 2022, Hyundai presented its idea of a smart autonomous shuttle on the show floor of the world’s largest trade show.

Hyundai Mobis showed its M.Vision Pop EV and the M.Vision 2GO hydrogen fuel cell concepts that include the company’s e-corner module system, a 90° rotation of all four wheels as well as its communication lighting systems and cargo storage innovations.

As part of its showcase, Hyundai allowed visitors to CES to take a test drive through a virtual interactive experience where the two concept autonomous shuttles were placed in real-world situations.

This application is designed to help bridge the gap of understanding the metaverse in an interactive and practical way.

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