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Hyundai Announces EV Battery Manufacturing Joint Venture in U.S.

Hyundai Motor Group and LGES signed a memorandum of understanding to produce EV batteries in the U.S. and further accelerate Hyundai’s electrification efforts in North America.

Certified Collision Care to Launch Hyundai/Genesis Canada Certification Programs

The program will identify, certify and promote dealership and independent facilities as collision repair providers of choice to Hyundai and Genesis drivers across Canada.

Mitchell Now Offers Hyundai Repair Procedures

Mitchell finished the integration immediately following Hyundai’s mid-July release of four models.

Tesla Earns its First Safety Award from IIHS

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) announced that Tesla has picked up its first award from the institute for its 2019 Model 3 – its less expensive sedan – that qualifies for a TOP SAFETY PICK+.

Aptiv, Hyundai to Form Autonomous Driving Joint Venture

The joint venture plans to advance the design, development and commercialization of SAE Level 4 and 5 autonomous technologies.

Hyundai to Make Rear Occupant Alert Standard By 2022

Hyundai Motor America announced that it will voluntarily make its rear occupant alert (ROA) door-logic system standard on most of its new vehicles by 2022.

Hyundai Partners with MDGo to Enhance Vehicle Safety

Hyundai Motor Company announced that it has partnered with MDGo, an Israeli start-up specializing in medical artificial intelligence (AI) systems, to help shape the next generation of advanced vehicle safety systems.

U.S. Investigates 12 Million Vehicles Over Potentially Faulty Airbags

NHTSA has expanded an investigation into malfunctioning airbag controls to include 12.3 million vehicles, according to an article by Associated Press.

Hyundai Unveils New Concept Car With Legs

The automaker is calling this new vehicle concept “Elevate,” or the Ultimate Mobility Vehicle, and the idea is that its legs would allow the vehicle to go anywhere without roads including rough terrain or stairs.

Hyundai Invests in Developer of Intelligent Radars for Autonomous Vehicles

“A new radar system that can increase resolution and accuracy with an AI engine will be a disruptive technology,” said John Suh, vice president of Hyundai CRADLE.

SCRS: Hyundai Position Statements ‘Small Step in Right Direction’

During the April 10 SCRS open board meeting, SCRS Executive Director Aaron Schulenburg acknowledged that Hyundai’s position statements on pre- and post-repair scanning and the use of reconditioned steel or aluminum wheels was “a small step in the right direction.”

Hyundai to Develop Level 4 Autonomous Vehicles by 2021

Hyundai and the self-driving-tech firm Aurora announced a strategic partnership to bring self-driving Hyundai vehicles to market by 2021.