by Michael Willoughby
Hyundai Motor is set to unveil its first personal air vehicle (PAV) at CES 2020, Las Vegas, presenting its vision for “mobility and cities of the future.”
“The use of airspace is expected to alleviate road congestion and give back quality time to city commuters,” said the Korean company in a press release.
In the statement – which was notably short on detail – the motor maker said it would also be showing a “purpose built vehicle (PBV)…[a] highly customizable concept with autonomous driving feature allow[ing] for limitless possibilities to turn the vehicle to be more than just a means of transportation.”
“These two smart mobility devices will come together at the Hub, which will be located throughout cities in the future and used as community spaces, [a] take off/Landing point for PAVs and arrival/departure point for PBVs.” as well as “a place for community activities.”
The new vehicles will be launched on January 6 at CES’s Mandalay Bay South Convention Center.
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