Hyundai Mobis is attending the first ever Motor Bella held in Pontiac near Detroit, the heart of North America's automotive industry. The company announced on the 14th that its goal is to promote new technology and win more contracts from global automakers in North America. This is the first time Hyundai Mobis has participated in a motor show held in the US although they have consistently attended CES. In addition to participation in IAA Mobility held earlier this month in Germany, the company has expanded its scope to North America, and will display new technology while also increasing touchpoints with clients in order to win contracts from global automakers. During the show, Mobis will be holding 'Mobis Tech Days' presented by Key Account Executive from Mobis North America and Advanced Engineering representatives from Mobis Technical Center America. Clients will be invited to experience its latest autonomous driving, electrification, and infotainment technologies. At Motor Bella, Hyundai Mobis will emphasize its new Advanced Driver Assistance System technology on the GV80, which is receiving good reviews from US consumers. The company will also show off other new autonomous driving technologies specialized for North American customers, such as Driver Status Monitoring, Driver Status Warning, and the Head-Up Display developed at Tech Center. In line with the great shift to EV with large-scale investments by the government in North America, Hyundai Mobis is also exhibiting its most advanced electrification components like 3-in-1 system(integrating motor, inverter and reducer in a single housing), Battery System Assembly, and Integrated Charging Control Unit. In addition, Hyundai Mobis will install kiosks for its clients and visitors in order to introduce a total 24 technologies, such as infotainment, electrification, chassis, and lamp. The company plans to offer a full portfolio of its diverse products ranging from ADAS to electrified automotive components.