We offer automotive system solutions through our technology
for key automotive parts combined with software capabilities.
We lead the future automotive technology represented by next-generation
outfit/chassis products and autonomous driving,
electrification and IVI, which combine IT and electronic systems.
A brake system is a system that enables the deceleration, stopping and parking of the vehicle as intended by the driver. In addition to traditional CBS and ABS, Hyundai Mobis also conducts R&D on braking systems suitable for autonomous driving and environment-friendly vehicles, including TCS, ESC, EMB, Brake by Wire and regenerative braking.
A steering system is a system designed to change the direction of the vehicle as intended by the driver. We provide automakers with EPS, a system that provides optimal steering by precisely controlling motors based on the vehicle's conditions without using the existing hydraulic system. We are also developing next-generation steering systems with enhanced driving performance, response and safety.
A lamp is a system that projects a beam of light to secure the driver's field of vision and provides information to surrounding vehicles and pedestrians. Hyundai Mobis is striving to develop lamps that satisfy all safety, design and performance requirements. For the upcoming era of autonomous driving, we are developing Bi-Matrix ADB, which responds to surrounding objects and environments, and DMD lamps, which enable communication with other drivers and pedestrians.
Hyundai Mobis is developing airbag systems that can ensure the safety of all drivers, occupants and pedestrians. We produce front airbag (DAB/PAB/KAB), side airbag (CAB/SAB) and center airbag (CSAB) modules as well as electronic parts that gather information through sensors.
A car suspension is a device that absorbs impact made on the vehicle for convenience and safety. Hyundai Mobis provides air suspensions that remove tiny vibrations by using high-pressure air. In particular, we succeeded in developing e-ARS, which controls body roll using electronic motors, realizing electrification of braking, steering and suspension systems required for autonomous driving solutions.