Hyundai-Owned Mobis Teases Futuristic Concept and 20 Innovations Ahead of CES 2024

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Rolling Laboratory Showcases Advanced Technologies, Including e-Corner System and Transparent Display

Hyundai-owned Mobis is set to make waves at CES 2024 with the unveiling of a futuristic concept and the showcase of 20 cutting-edge innovations. While details about the concept remain under wraps, the teaser suggests a design that blurs the lines between hatchbacks and crossovers, with a distinctive front end adorned with numerous LED accents.

One standout feature on display is the e-Corner technology, previously demonstrated by Hyundai in 2023. This system allows all four wheels to turn by 90 degrees, enabling a car to slide sideways into parking spaces—a potential game-changer for parking maneuvers. The CES presentation will shed light on any updates or modifications made to the e-Corner system and its potential path to production.

Mobis is placing a significant emphasis on driver and passenger information presentation. A highlight of the presentation is a see-through display spanning the dashboard, integrating the instrument cluster and infotainment system. This layout aims to reduce driver distractions by consolidating key information within the driver’s line of sight.

Among the 20 innovations, Mobis teases features like a “rollable display,” a swiveling display, a Quantum Dot and Local Dimming display, and a 3D display with OLED-like graphics. While specifics are yet to be revealed, Mobis asserts that these technologies are more than conceptual and anticipates strong demand from global automakers once they enter production.

CES 2024, scheduled to open on January 8 in Las Vegas, will serve as the platform for Mobis to unveil its groundbreaking technologies, signaling their readiness for mass production. As a key supplier not only to Hyundai but also to other automotive companies, Mobis’ innovations have the potential to influence the future of automotive design and technology.