By SEMA News Editors
With the aid of 200 robots, the facility has the capacity to produce 30,000 customizable electric vehicles annually.
Hyundai has launched a new manufacturing facility in Singapore operated partially by robots, robot dogs and artificial intelligence, the automaker announced.
With the aid of 200 robots, the facility, called the "Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Center Singapore," has the capacity to produce 30,000 customizable electric vehicles (EVs) annually.
According to the manufacturer, robots handle 50% of all tasks at the facility, including assembly, inspection and production plus 60% of component processing, ordering and transport, allowing human workers to focus on more creative and strategic tasks.
The tech hub also provides flexible vehicle customization, test drives, VR factory tours and more.
Operational since early 2023, the facility produces the IONIQ 5 and will add the IONIQ 6 to its portfolio of models built on-site next year. It will also serve as a testing facility for future vehicle development.
For more information, visit the Hyundai Motor Group website.