Hyundai is launching a new company called Supernal which it plans to ‘take its future mobility vision forward’ by developing a family of electric air vehicles and convening stakeholders to shape the emerging Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) industry.
So Hyundai is getting serious about getting us all into the air.
It plans to launch its first commercial flight in 2028 and scale operations, leveraging the Group’s manufacturing expertise, as the AAM market and public acceptance begin to grow in the 2030s.
Jaiwon Shin, CEO of Supernal and President of Hyundai Motor Group, says:
“In adding a new dimension to mobility, we are on a mission to transform how people and society move, connect, and live. We have bold ambitions at Supernal but being first to market is not one of them. We are working to build the right product and the right integrated market, and we will leverage Hyundai Motor Group’s scaled manufacturing expertise to ensure AAM reaches the right price point and is accessible to the masses.”