Hyundai Motor Group and Safran signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore opportunities in the advanced air mobility (AAM) industry.
The parties will be seeing how they can collaborate in fields such as electric propulsion systems, avionics, cabin interiors, and more.
“Safran will be one of the most important partners in promoting Hyundai Motor Group’s AAM development. Starting with this MoU, we will focus on finding the ways of cooperation to lead AAM development from the technical and business perspective,” says Jaiwon Shin, President, Hyundai Motor Group’s AAM Division.
Hyundai’s Supernal branch is looking to launch AAM services in the US by 2038, while Hyundai plans to launch reliability and maintainability (RAM) services in the 2030s.
Supernal recently unveiled its cabin concept at the Farnborough International Air Show.
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