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From pioneering automaker in Korea
to global auto industry leader

From pioneering automaker in Korea to global auto industry leader

Hyundai Motor Company has served as the trailblazer of Korea’s automobile industry since rolling out its Pony, developed with its own exclusive technology. Hyundai Motor Company has risen as a globally recognized automobile manufacturer that exports its branded vehicles to over 200 countries. It is equipped with production bases all around the world. It is expanding the automobile market through its success in mass-producing hydrogen-powered vehicles for the first time in the world and launching GENESIS, a high-end brand, while propelling the future mobility industry forward based on its leadership in autonomous driving and connectivity technologies. It seeks to find better solutions for humanity by achieving technological innovation under the aim of "Progress for Humanity".

Strengthening competitiveness
in the mobility market

From pioneering automaker in Korea to global auto industry leader

Hyundai Motor's global steady sellers such as the Azera, Sonata, Elantra, Tucson, and Santa Fe models, along with its regionally tailored models optimized for different markets such as China, Europe, Russia etc., have been receiving extremely positive reviews from its customers. Refusing to rest on its laurels and to respond quickly to the rapidly changing auto industry and take the lead in the future mobility market.

Leader in the mobility industry

From pioneering automaker in Korea to global auto industry leader

Hyundai Motor has secured world class eco-friendly technologies in preparation for the shift to electrified vehicles. In 2013 it began mass production of a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV), the Tucson (ix35), for the first time in the world, proving its technological expertise in this field. In 2018, the company launched NEXO FCEV, a fuel cell electric car that can run over 580 kilometers on a single charge. Hyundai Motor has also proven itself to be a leader in the area of autonomous driving, with its Autonomous Ioniq Electric vehicle achieving a level 4 standard by Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) after completing a self driving performance in real road conditions in January 2017. Hyundai Motor will do its utmost to secure competitiveness in future mobility business areas through active investment and collaboration with global information and communications (ICT) leaders and related research institutes.

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