The Head-Up Display, which integrates the instrument cluster and HUD functions, was developed by Hyundai Mobis.
In the era of full electric vehicles, the use of interior space has become more important and Hyundai Mobis has pioneered a new conceptual display technology optimized for autonomous cars and electrification.
Hyundai Mobis’s Clusterless HUD is a next-generation driver’s seat that minimizes distraction while driving by distributing various information displayed on the dashboard to the HUD (Head Up Display) in front of the driver and AVNT (audio video / navigation / telecommunications).
This new HUD differs in that it conveys important driving information such as speed and revs to the eye level of the driver. The clusterless HUD has four display areas, three at the top and one at the bottom. The top section displays speed, RPM, ADAS (Autonomous Technology) related information and navigation information. At the bottom, you can see basic vehicle information such as gears, coolant temperature and range. It can also display turn signals and system information warning lights.
This system is equivalent to a 15-inch screen, which greatly expands the display area compared to existing products.
Hyundai Mobis has completed patent registrations for a clusterless HUD in major countries around the world, including the United States, China and Germany, as well as Korea. As such, Hyundai Mobis plans to win orders around the world through active promotions for domestic and foreign automotive brands, while offering new cockpit technologies of the future.