Hyundai Mobis

Hyundai Mobis

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Since being founded in 1977, Hyundai MOBIS has transformed itself into an automotive parts maker in 1999, and has been propelling the development of the global automotive parts industry. By offering top-quality products, technologies and services, Hyundai MOBIS strengthened its position in the automotive parts industry to become the 7th largest global automotive parts suppliers in 2018. Now, Hyundai MOBIS begins to take another bold leap forward. With future car technologies, including autonomous driving, connectivity and electrification, Hyundai MOBIS is seeking to create a new future for automobiles. Hyundai MOBIS aims to take the lead in preparing future automotive solutions that everyone is avidly looking forward to.
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