Hyundai, Ford, and others talk about the future of mobility at Stanford conference

We recently attended the Mobility Innovators Forum at Stanford University, hosted by Hyundai Ventures and Stanford’s Center for Automotive Research (CARS). Hyundai was highlighting its new transportation futures initiative, Project Ioniq, for which Hyundai’s Director for Brand Strategy issued an ...

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