Hyundai Mobis unveils cutting-edge infotainment digital cockpit system

By Kim Dong-young Posted : June 12, 2024, 13:50 Updated : June 12, 2024, 13:59
Hyundai Mobis next-generation integrated cockpit system MVICS 50 features an innovative moving display panel system that can adjust the height and tilt of the screens Courtesy of Hyundai Mobis
Hyundai Mobis' next-generation integrated cockpit system M.VICS 5.0 features an innovative moving display panel system that can adjust the height and tilt of the screens. Courtesy of Hyundai Mobis
SEOUL, June 12 (AJU PRESS) - Hyundai Mobis, Korea's leading automotive parts manufacturer, has unveiled its latest innovation in digital cockpit technology, the M.VICS 5.0. This state-of-the-art system integrates a wide array of display technologies to set new standards for future digital cockpits in vehicles.

The M.VICS 5.0 boasts a seamless, boundary-less widescreen cockpit that spans from the driver's left pillar to the passenger's right pillar. Consisting of five display panels, including a 27-inch main screen, a 12.3-inch high-resolution screen for the passenger, and a 7-inch screen displaying vehicle status information, the system provides an immersive and open driving environment. Additionally, a projection display below the widescreen allows for intuitive touch and haptic control of various driving environments, enhancing convenience.

A notable feature of the M.VICS 5.0 is its adaptive display panel system, which adjusts the size and tilt of the screens based on the driving mode. In the standard 'Drive Mode,' a portion of the panels can retract below the dashboard for a smaller display size, while in 'Theater Mode' or 'Relax Mode,' the displays automatically adjust their tilt and size to complement the lowered steering wheel and reclined seating positions.

Prioritizing safety, the system separates the driver and passenger displays when a passenger is present, restricting media viewing that could distract the driver. Additionally, hidden speakers in the pillars and headrests provide independent audio experiences for the driver and passenger, allowing each to focus on their desired mode.

Hyundai Mobis, affiliated with Hyundai Motor Group, has filed nine new patents related to component packaging design and user experience (UX) technology during the development of the M.VICS 5.0, underscoring its commitment to technological innovation in the future mobility market.
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