At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, from January 5 to 8, 2017, Hyundai is set to showcase a range of new innovative technologies that focus on intelligent autonomous driving and advanced, hyper-connectivity solutions that will link cars to customer’s lives.
Autonomous Ioniq models will operate on test routes in the boulevards around CES, while inside visitors can experience a driverless journey via immersive Virtual Reality simulators. The Ioniq Hybrid on display will reveal some enhancements to the car, and a new Micro Mobility concept, integrated with the Ioniq Electric, will showcase the future of first- and last-mile mobility.
Hyundai will also present an interactive experience to demonstrate how its hyper-connected car platform, developed with leading global IT company Cisco, will be central to making tomorrow’s lifestyles even more convenient. The company’s caring ‘Mobility Vision’ concept shows how Smart House and Connected Car technologies will blur the lines between mobility, and living and working spaces.
Other technologies at the show booth represent Hyundai’s focus on the wellbeing of its customers. The Healthcare Cockpit connects car and driver to boost productivity or relaxation when travelling. Meanwhile the company’s range of advanced wearable exoskeletons show its commitment to social responsibility, offering a new freedom of mobility to customers who require physical support for lifting or repetitive work, plus assisting members of society whose mobility is restricted.