Technology with a human heart.

Wearable exoskeletons, driverless vehicles, all-terrain rovers – at Hyundai, we believe the future of mobility will involve more than just passenger cars. We are devoted to the research and development of robots based on our vision “Progress for Humanity".

Closeup of Hyundai wearable robotic legs
Dreaming a future where humans and robots are together

- Hyundai Motors’ Robot Platform Team -

Korean National Para-archer Jun-boem Park competing with wearable robotics from Hyundai.

Wearable robotics.

Wearable robots provide support for all kinds of needs, like helping Para-archer Jun-boem Park to walk again. Our Vest Exoskeleton (VEX) assists industrial workers who work on overhead tasks.
Hyundai PnD modules for service mobility in front of a hotel.

Service robotics.

Our service robotics are focused on enhancing people’s lives through mobility solutions. For example, transporting customers’ luggage in hotels.
A woman and a man walking away from a parked Hyundai IONIQ 5 robotaxi.


Next level robotaxi: Hyundai and Motional, a global leader in driverless technology, have unveiled the IONIQ 5 robotaxi – a zero tailpipe-emissions SAE Level 4 autonomous vehicle.
The Boston Dynamics Spot robot walking through a hallway.

Boston Dynamics.

The acquisition of Boston Dynamics is helping us re-define the future of mobility. Our agile mobile robot Spot helps industrial inspection teams.

A look at some of our other robotics innovations.

Hyundai is creating a robotics value chain reaching from robot component manufacturing to smart logistics solutions. This is the starting point for future mobility, where we break through the conventional concept of road vehicles, and reach out to places previously unthinkable.
  1. Hyundai future mobility solutions in London: Urban Air Mobility and Purpose Built Vehicles.

    The smart city of the future.

    Electric, connected, autonomous: our vision for a smart city of the future involves Plug & Drive solutions, Urban Air Mobility, Purpose Built Vehicles and the Hub.

  2. Newly developed Automatic Charging Robot (ACR) for electric vehicles.

    Humanity evolves with mobility.

    Hyundai’s acquisition of Boston Dynamics and establishment of CRADLE, a global innovation community, furthers our commitment to developing future mobility solutions.

  3.  Close-up of the Automatic Charging Robot at work.

    Automatic Charging Robot.

    The Automatic Charging Robot for EVs is capable of plugging a cable into an EV’s charging port. It will improve accessibility, particularly for people with mobility barriers.