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Hyundai Motor Showcases Vision for Future Cities at CES 2020

Smart Mobility Solutions at CES 2020

Hyundai Motor presents vision for human-centred future cities through Smart Mobility Solutions at CES 2020

Hyundai Motor took the stage at CES 2020 to present its vision for mobility and cities of the future. Hyundai unveiled its first concept for Personal Air Vehicle (PAV) as part of the Urban Air Mobility (UAM) landscape. PAV is designed for air transportation, while UAM is the ecosystem and services utilising PAV. 

The use of airspace is expected to alleviate road congestion and give back quality time to city commuters. Skyline Automotive WLL is the official distribution partner of the Hyundai Motor Company in Qatar.

Hyundai’s vision continues with its Purpose-Built Vehicle (PBV). This highly customisable concept with autonomous driving feature allows for limitless possibilities to turn vehicles to be more than just a means of transportation. These two smart mobility devices will come together at the Hub, which will be located throughout cities in the future and used as community spaces. A Hub is a take off/landing point for PAV and arrival/departure point for PBV. It can also serve as a place for community activities.

Hyundai Motor’s innovative smart mobility solutions, including the PAV, PBV and the Hub, was showcased at the Hyundai CES press event in Nevada last week.

For updates and more information about these futuristic transportation vehicles, visit ces.tech. To learn more about Hyundai cars in Qatar, visit hyundai.com.qa or call 8000 231. 

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