Hyundai Mobis launches innovative technology to optimize airflow at the front of electric vehicles.

  • The new Hyundai Mobis stand out for maintaining the vehicle’s traditional grille design and improving aerodynamic performance.
  • The technology increases the vehicle’s range by approximately 20 km.
  • The system has an automatic charger recovery feature, simplifying the charging process and increasing convenience for owners of electric models.

Front integrated structure developed by Hyundai Mobis (Photo: Disclosure)

Hyundai Mobis is presenting a new technology for electric cars: it’s an integrated mechanism for the front of vehicles, maintaining the traditional grille design while reducing air resistance during travel. The front end refers to the front structure of the vehicle, where the headlights, grille and hood are located.

Several cutting-edge technologies have been incorporated into this integrated structure, including an aerodynamic system that reduces air resistance and improves electrical consumption efficiency. Standout features include a LiDAR – a system for detecting and measuring objects by means of lasers – which projects outwards only while driving, to preserve the design and integrity of the sensor, as well as an automatic charge recovery function.

This state-of-the-art technology is a pioneering example of improving vehicle performance, design, convenience, and construction.


Improvements in autonomy, design, and charging

The most striking feature of this new technology is a system that automatically opens and closes parts such as the grille and hood, reducing air resistance during high-speed driving. This system, which allows air to enter and exit after heat exchange, improves the cooling efficiency of the battery and controls airflow. This combined aerodynamic system increases the electric vehicle’s range by approximately 20 km.

In terms of aerodynamics, Hyundai Mobis has differentiated itself by maintaining the traditional grille design while improving aerodynamic performance. In addition, the integration of design elements such as LED lighting has further enhanced the development of this innovation.

The technologies have also been applied to enhance the harmony of the design, avoiding external contamination and impact on the sensors, which provides protection for the LiDAR and improves the marketability of the vehicle’s front design.

Another outstanding feature is the semi-automatic charging system. Simply plug in the charger to start the process and once fully charged, the charger is retrieved, and the lid of the charging area is closed automatically. This feature reduces the inconvenience of users finishing the process manually during charging, presenting a more cost-effective alternative.

A supplier of solutions focused on the core mobility technologies of the future, represented by electrification and autonomous driving, Hyundai Mobis is stepping up its efforts to enter new markets, accelerating its growth strategy.

All the technologies presented have yet to be introduced in vehicles sold on the Brazilian market.

About Hyundai Mobis

Founded on July 1, 1977, Hyundai Mobis is a Hyundai Group company, which manufactures automotive parts based in Seoul, South Korea. By offering high-quality products, technologies and services, Hyundai Mobis has strengthened its position in the automotive parts industry to become the sixth largest global automotive parts supplier by 2023. Today, Hyundai Mobis has more than 30,000 employees, with more than two-thirds of them based outside of Korea in subsidiaries around the world. In Brazil, Hyundai Mobis had its plant established in 2012 at the Automotive Park of Piracicaba (SP), starting its activities in September of the same year. With more than 600 employees, Hyundai Mobis has two operational units and one administrative unit in the country. Visit the institutional website ( and our social media networks Facebook (, Instagram (, YouTube ( e LinkedIn (

About Hyundai Motor Brasil/ Hyundai Motor Central & South Americas

Hyundai Motor Brasil has been present in the country since 2012, when it opened its plant in Piracicaba (SP). With 3,200 employees, it is responsible for manufacturing and marketing the HB20 compact vehicle family and the Creta compact SUV. From Brazil, the brand coordinates commercial operations for the Central and South American region and exports to neighboring countries such as Argentina, Colombia, Paraguay, and Uruguay. To learn more about Hyundai and its products in Brazil, access Also follow the day to day of the brand on social networks: Facebook (, Instagram (, YouTube ( e LinkedIn (www.

About Hyundai Motor Company

Founded in 1967, Hyundai Motor Company is present in more than 200 countries with about 120,000 employees dedicated to addressing mobility challenges worldwide. Based on the brand vision “Progress for Humanity,” Hyundai Motor is accelerating its transformation into an intelligent mobility solutions provider. The company invests in advanced technologies such as robotics and Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) to bring revolutionary solutions, while looking for open innovation to develop future mobility services. Seeking a sustainable future for the world, Hyundai will continue to employ its efforts to introduce zero-emission vehicles equipped with the highest technology in electrification, leading the hydrogen fuel cell industry. More information about Hyundai Motor Company and its products can be found at or


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