Using the Korean company’s new Ioniq models as a starting point, an autonomous fleet will operate on test routes around the CES site, while inside the halls visitors will be able to experience a simulated autonomous ride via immersive virtual reality.
So called ‘last mile’ mobility will also be covered, with Hyundai presenting its Micro Mobility concept. Though no images have been released yet, Hyundai says last mile mobility is the concept of taking cars and congestion out of city centres by shifting drivers out of vehicles and into other, more compact forms of transport to complete the last part of their journey.
Hyundai isn’t drawing the line at vehicle technology either with a range of concepts including Hyundai’s Motor Vision which brings together Smart House and Connected Car systems (with the help of IT firm, Cisco) to blur the lines between mobility, living, and working spaces.
Hyundai will also present a range of advanced wearable exoskeletons providing assistance for customers with restricted mobility, or for those required to undertake strenuous, or repetitive work.
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