Hyundai's vision for a sustainable future at IAA Mobility 2021

  • Hyundai Motor has announced it will participate as an exhibitor at IAA Mobility 2021
  • The company will share its plan for the future of mobility and reveal details about its road to carbon neutrality at September event
  • Key brand representatives to present insights into company’s direction during interactive events starting from 09:45 CEST on Monday 6 September

- Hyundai Motor will share its vision for the future of mobility and outline its road to carbon neutrality at the 2021 International Motor Show Germany (IAA Mobility 2021).

This year’s IAA takes place from 6 to 12 September 2021 at the Trade Fair Center in Munich.

As well as being the automaker with one of the widest ranges of electrified powertrains on the market, Hyundai has in recent years transitioned to become a smart mobility solution provider. The company has achieved this through significant investments in the future of mobility, including battery electric vehicles (BEVs), fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs), and autonomous driving.

At IAA 2021, Hyundai will share the next phase of its future company vision, one that will extend its zero-emission outlook to all sectors of mobility, including plans to enable carbon neutrality.

Visitors to the Hyundai booth and digital attendees will learn how Hyundai will be employing its BEV and FCEV technology in the future. The company will also reveal details about its plans to provide new dimensional solutions and mobility for greener lifestyles, based on the brand’s ‘Progress for Humanity’ vision.

The Hyundai Motor IAA 2021 press conference will take place at the company’s booth in Hall A1 at 09:45 CEST on 06 September. A livestream of the event will also be available to media and the wider public via the Hyundai Motor Europe website (Link will be activated prior to the Hyundai Motor IAA 2021 press conference).

About IAA Mobility

The International Motor Show Germany (IAA Mobility) is the world’s largest motor show. Representatives from society, industry and politics present and discuss their visions and perspectives for sustainable mobility. This year’s event is the 69th edition and takes place in Munich from 6 to 12 September.