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Hyundai Mobis Offers Innovative Solutions to Make Electric Cars More Efficient

Hyundai Mobis stands out in the electric vehicle universe with an innovation that pushes connectivity and energy efficiency to new heights. Focusing on aerodynamics, Hyundai Mobis's "Integrated Front End Module" promises to revolutionize electricity consumption without compromising design.

The rise and growth in electric car sales are pushing the degree of connectivity to almost unimaginable limits. Electric vehicle manufacturers are striving not only to overcome battery-related challenges but also to achieve more comprehensive optimization.

One of the most critical factors is aerodynamics, namely improving the shape of vehicles to minimize air resistance, which means a significant reduction in electricity consumption.

The Case of Hyundai Mobis’s Solution

The South Korean company is determined to achieve the best results in terms of aerodynamics. That’s why it recently introduced the Hyundai Mobis solution, an exclusive technological development called “Integrated Front End Module.” This innovative system can actually reduce the vehicle’s air resistance without having to alter the traditional design of the model’s grille.

This integrated module of the Hyundai Mobis solution includes an aerodynamic system that significantly reduces air resistance, resulting in greater efficiency in terms of electricity consumption. One of the cornerstones of the new design is the placement of a protected LiDAR sensor and the incorporation of a semi-automatic charging function dependent on a robotic arm, requiring no user intervention.

[MOBIS Tech] Front-Face Integrated Module | 프론트 페이스 통합 모듈

 

Hyundai Mobis Brings Much More to the Table

The most distinctive feature of this innovative technology from the Hyundai Mobis solution is the automatic opening system for certain parts of the vehicle like the hood or grille. This system helps reduce air resistance, especially when driving at medium and high speeds. The efficiency of these innovations translates into a decrease in electricity consumption.

Indeed, the system allows outside air to enter and exit after a heat exchange. This improves the cooling efficiency of the batteries and, in turn, controls the airflow. The results translate into a real increase in the range of the application of the Hyundai Mobis solution by about 20 kilometers.

Let’s not forget that range is usually one of the most critical factors in a user’s decision to opt for an electric car, so every kilometer added to the range is a significant achievement for manufacturers.

One of the most distinctive features of cars is the grille, which is a very important element for manufacturers. Therefore, it is not very “pleasant” for them to have to modify it, or even remove it, to improve aerodynamics, as it means changing the “face” of the car.

For the Hyundai Mobis solution, it was decided to adopt an aerodynamic design that does not focus on reducing air resistance by removing the grille. Instead, it chose to maintain the traditional design of the grille but use the “integrated front module” to optimize aerodynamic performance.

Furthermore, the integration of this technology is particularly beneficial for the SUV range, whose design poses significant challenges in terms of reducing the vehicle’s height.

The cohesion of the design has also been taken into account in the development of the technologies used. It has been significantly improved by the impact on sensors and the prevention of external contamination. To do this, the LiDAR has been concealed inside the grille when not in use. Therefore, it is only visible during driving.

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Alan, editor-in-chief, born in 1964 in a picturesque small town in the south, has always been fascinated by the roar of engines and the shine of car bodies. From a young age, he spent hours flipping through his father's car magazines, dreaming of the cars he would one day drive. After obtaining his high school diploma, Alan decided to pursue his passion for automobiles by studying journalism, with the hope of combining his two loves: writing and cars.

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