Hyundai Mobis, a subsidiary of the Hyundai Motor Group, has announced its strong focus on futuristic displays, including variable-type, rollable OLED, and AR HUD technologies. The company has collaborated with panel makers to incorporate display functions suitable for finished vehicles and ensure reliability.
During its recent Tech Day event, Hyundai Mobis showcased its upcoming projects focusing on delivering high-quality, safe, and versatile products. This includes a “swivel display” featuring a 34-inch curved screen and a “rollable display” that can be rolled up and down.
Additionally, Hyundai Mobis has developed holographic AR-HUD and 25-inch high-definition local dimming HUD technologies, further enhancing their display offerings.
The company believes that these next-generation displays will play a crucial role in advancing autonomous driving.
Emphasizing the importance of safety and versatility, Hyundai Mobis aims to provide drivers with various information securely without disrupting their driving experience.
To further strengthen its position in the automotive display market, Hyundai Mobis plans to secure technologies such as Passenger Interactive Displays, Quantum Dot (QD) Mini LED Displays, Natural 3D Displays, Hologram AR-HUD, and Micro LED Displays.
The Passenger Interactive Display is a high-definition and spacious screen designed for both drivers and passengers, playing a vital role in realizing the emerging concept of the “digital cockpit.”
Moreover, by developing Micro LED and QD Mini LED displays as next-generation technologies, the company aims to ensure superior image quality, extended lifespan, and reduced power consumption in its new range.
Besides, to ensure advanced in-vehicle display solutions, Hyundai Mobis plans to establish its own capabilities in designing, validating, and producing core technologies. The move is expected to secure comprehensive management expertise in critical areas of automotive display manufacturing, including optical and mechanical design, quality and reliability verification, and supply chain management.
The company intends to foster closer collaboration with specialized manufacturers that specialize in display panels. By strengthening these internal capabilities, the company will be well-equipped to meet customer demands by providing tailored solutions built on a foundation of technological stability and reliability.
Looking ahead to the future of mobility, Hyundai Mobis is also focused on developing display solutions that enable users to enjoy a diverse range of infotainment services, such as games, sports, and OTT services. These solutions will be built on scalable software, aligning with the industry-wide transition towards software-defined vehicles (SDVs).
“At Hyundai Mobis, we are actively developing a range of in-vehicle display technologies that prioritize advancements in spatial design, user satisfaction, and passenger safety,” stated Young-hoon Han, the head of EC Lab at Hyundai Mobis, during his presentation at the Tech Day event. He further added, “Our objective is to deliver solutions that are perfectly tailored for the evolving landscape of future mobility.”