Currently reading: Hyundai Motor Group details huge £11 billion software ramp-up
New operating system and platforms inbound in push to boost vehicles' functionality, value, capability and intelligence

The Hyundai Motor Group (HMG) will tap into significant new revenue streams and greatly enhance the functionality of its global vehicle fleet with a new Connected Car Operating System (CCOS), modular EV platforms and advanced autonomous features.

It's part of the Korean giant's push to "transform all vehicles to software-defined vehicles (SDVs)" by 2025, detailed as part of a presentation outlining the group's shift in focus to the digital capabilities of its fleet. 

By 2030, the group has pledged to invest the equivalent of £11 billion in its digital transformation strategy, which will include the establishment of a dedicated Global Software Centre - home to the development of all new digital functions.

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