Hyundai Reveals Wider Advanced Air Mobility Plans

Hyundai plans to integrate ground and air transportation for urban mobility.
Credit: Hyundai
South Korean automaker Hyundai has restated its ambition to dominate the global urban air mobility market and outlined plans to develop a family of passenger and cargo vehicles to be fielded beginning in 2026. Jaiwan Shin, head of Hyundai’s urban air mobility (UAM) business unit, detailed the...

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