CES 2017: Hyundai To Showcase Self-Driving Car At CES

Posted: Nov 8 2016, 11:41am CST | by , in News | CES

 

CES 2017: Hyundai to Showcase Self-Driving Car at CES
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  • Hyundai to showcase self-driving car at CES 2017
 

On Monday Hyundai was listed as an attendee by the CTA as another automaker brining their latest to Las Vegas

Hyundai Motor Co. has joined a long list of automakers that will come to the CES 2017 event in January. Hyundai will showcase its self-driving prototype car at the event in Las Vegas.

The announcement of Hyundai’s arrival was made by the CTA on Monday. With Hyundai joining the long list of car brands coming to the tech show, CES seems to be becoming more like a stage for flaunting futuristic smart cars.

The high-tech venue will undoubtedly resemble a motor show with numerous automakers present next year. Hyundai is now officially a participant at CES and has been given the time slot for a press program.

The world’s largest consumer electronics show where the latest innovations are unveiled will take place at the Mandalay Bay Hotel on the 4th of January, 2017. 

While Hyundai will make its presence known at the press event, its sisters company Kia Motors Corp. will be making its debut at the coming year’s press event.

Hyundai Motors will take this CES opportunity to set the playing field its autonomous driving technology. Hyundai is also expected to introduce its driverless operating system in the press conference at CES.

It should be noted this is not the first time both Hyundai Motor and Kia have set up booths at events in Las Vegas. They have been doing so since 2009 but then took a break after 2013, so this will mark their return to Las Vegas.

Although Hyundai will definitely come to CES, they have failed to comment whether the presentation will be made by their vice chairman and CEO Chung Eui-sun or not. 

Hyundai’s famous competitor Toyota will also be coming to CES 2017 to make a presentation. 

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