Hyundai Mobis Co., Ltd.

Company Profile



203 Teheran Road (Yeoksam-dong), Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea

Business Overview

-The Company is the largest automotive components manufacturer in Korea. It is a core supplier of Hyundai Motor Co., Ltd.

-The Company conducts its business in two operating segments.

Segments Major products Proportion of the Company's total sales (FY ending December 2022)
Automotive modules and major automotive parts Chassis modules
Cockpit modules
Front end modules (FEM)

Aftermarket products

Aftermarket repair parts 19.7%

-In the module and parts manufacturing business, the company supplies chassis modules, cockpit modules, and front end modules (FEM) to Hyundai and Kia on a just-in-sequence (JIS) basis. The company also supplies brakes, steering systems, airbags, lamps, etc. to global OEMs in addition to Hyundai/Kia.

-In addition to its domestic Korean facilities, the Company operates production facilities in China, India, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Turkey, Mexico, U.S., Russia and Brazil.

-On November 14, 2022, the company announced the formal establishment of two module and part manufacturing subsidiaries. The module production subsidiary is Motras, while the other new subsidiary manufacturing parts such as chassis parts, electrification components, airbags, lamps, and other automotive components is called Unitus.


(As of Dec. 31, 2022)

Main Shareholders Ownership Ratio (%)
Kia Motors Corporation 17.42
Chung, Mong Goo 7.19
Hyundai Steel Co., Ltd. 5.84
National Pension Service of Korea 9.04
Others 60.51
Total 100.00


Autonomous Driving

-Forward-looking radar
-Corner radar

-Surround view system
-Remote smart park assist
-Reverse park assist
-Rear-view camera
-Park assist

In-Cabin Sensing
-DSM (Driver Status Monitoring)
-ICM (In-Cabin Monitoring)
-ROA (Rear Occupant Alert)

Integrated body control
-Smart key
-Authentication control unit
-Communication control unit

IVI Systems  (In-vehicle Infotainment system)
Infotainment Head Unit
-Integrated Cockpit Controller
-Display Audio

Center stack display
-Regular display module
-Dual display module

‐Full digital Cluster
-Digital Cluster

-Regular HUD

-Premium brand sound systems
-Automotive-specific sound technologies

Electrification system
Power conversion system
-ICCU (Integrated Charging Control Unit)
-OBC (On-Board Charger)
-PCU (Power Control Unit)

Drive system  (Hybrid Starter Generator)
-EDU 3-in-1 System
-Traction Motor
-In-Wheel Motor

Battery system
-48V BSA (LDC integrated)
-BSA (Battery System Assembly)
-BMS (Battery Management System)

48V Mild Hybrid
-Converter-BMS integrated board
-Battery module assembly incorporating a cooling fan
-PRA (Power Relay Assembly) (Lightweight and thin PRA)

Fuel cell system
-Fuel Cell Stack
-PFC (Powertrain fuel cell) Module
-Fuel Cell Powerpack

iMEB2 (Intergrated Mobis Electronic Brake)



EPB(Electric Parking Brake)
‐Motor on Caliper

EPS (Electric Power Steering)
-R-EPS (Rack Electric Power Steering)
-DP-EPS (Dual-pinion Electric Power Steering)
-C-EPS (Column Electric Power Steering)

Advanced System
-RWS (Rear Wheel Steering)
-SBW (Steer By Wire)

-Slim modules
-ADB(Adaptive Driving Beam) modules
-High Resolution modules

Rear lamps
-3D Lit Image Rear Lamp
-H-LED Rear Lamp
-Fiber Optic Rear Lamp

Small/grille lamps
-Separate DRL / turn signal lamps
-Half-mirror hidden DRL
-Illuminated grille Lamp

Lamp components
-LDM (LED Driver Module)
-ECU (Electronic Control Unit)

Airbag modules
-Front airbag (DAB/PAB/KAB)
-Side airbag (CAB/SAB)
-Center side airbag (CSAB)
-Panorama roof airbag (RAB)

Airbag control units

Air Suspension

Chassis Modules
-Front-wheel chassis module

-Front-wheel strut complete

  • Spring
  • Shock absorber
  • Insulator
  • Strut bearing

-Front-wheel cross member


  • Lateral arm
  • Tension arm

-Steering gear complete

-Front-wheel step bar assembly

  • stabilizer bar
  • step link

-Drive shaft

-Front-wheel axle & brake assembly

  • Knuckle
  • Hub bearing
  • Caliper
  • Disc, brake hose

-Rear-wheel chassis module

Rear-wheel shock absorber complete

  • Spring
  • Shock absorber
  • Insulator

-Rear-wheel cross member


  • Upper arm
  • Lower arm
  • Assist arm
  • Trailing arm

-Differential gear

-Rear-wheel step bar assembly

  • Stabilizer bar
  • Step link

-Drive shaft

-Rear-wheel axle & brake assembly

  • Carrier
  • Hub bearing
  • Caliper
  • Disc
  • Brake hose

Cockpit Modules



Jul. 1977 The Company established Hyundai Precision Industries Co., Ltd.
Sep. 1989 The Company went public (listed in Korea Stock Exchange)
Mar. 1990 The Company formed an alliance with Mitsubishi Motor Corporation, entering into the four-wheel-drive vehicle market.
Sep. 1991 The Company and Hyundai Motor Corporation jointly set up a production facility to manufacture transmissions for the Galloper.
Dec. 1995 The Company established a manufacturing facility to produce the Hyundai Santamo.
May 1999 The Company announced plan to enter into car module parts business
Jun. 1999 The Company obtained QS9000 certification for car wheels.
Jul. 1999 The Company transferred its four-wheel-drive-vehicle division to Hyundai Motor Corporation.
Oct. 1999 Technical cooperation with Bosch, Breed for air bag and ABSs
Oct. 1999 The Company started manufacturing car module parts
Feb. 2000 Hyundai Motor transferred its automotive replacement parts division to the Company.
Oct. 2000 The Company adopted a new corporate name, Hyundai Mobis Co., Ltd.
Nov. 2000 The Company acquired Kasco's cockpit module production facility in Cheonan.
Dec. 2000 Kia Motors Corporation transferred its automotive aftermarket business to the Company.
Mar. 2001 The Company and TIP of the U.S.A. signed a technological partnership agreement dealing with in-floor panel technology.
Apr. 2001 The Company and ZF, headquartered in Germany, concluded a technical agreement in the area of chassis modules.
Aug. 2001 The Company formed a technological tie-up with Alpine on electronic information components
Oct. 2001 The Company formed a technological tie-up with Textron on driver seat modules
Nov. 2001 The Company formed a technological tie-up with Bosch on electronic braking devices
May 2002 The Company worked in collaboration with Siemens to co-develop automotive electrical modules
Jul. 2002 The Company acquired the chassis module plant of Mando Corporation
Oct. 2002 The Company obtained International Quality Certification ISO/TS 16949:2002 for airbag module systems
Dec. 2002 The Company completed Jiangsu Mobis module factory in China
Mar. 2003 The Company established Beijing Mobis Transmission Co., Ltd. (BMTC) in China
Apr. 2003 The Company opened the Shanghai R&D Center
Oct. 2003 The Company completed the construction of Beijing Mobis Module Factory
Dec. 2003 The Company completed ABS production plant in Cheonan, Korea
Jan. 2004 The Company completed Seosan plant in Korea
Apr. 2004 The Company completed the construction of the transmission factory in Beijing, China
Jul. 2004 The Company completed its Asan plant, Korea
Aug. 2004 The Company entered an agreement with DaimlerChrysler on supplying rolling chassis modules
May 2005 Completed the construction of a module factory in Alabama, USA
Jul. 2005 The Company established Wuxi Mobis Automotive Autoparts Co. Ltd. in Wuxi, China.
Dec. 2005 The Company established winter road test driving courses in Sweden.
Aug. 2006 The Company established a module production facility in Ohio, U.S.A.
Dec. 2006 The Company set up a module production facility in India.
Dec. 2006 The Company set up a module production facility in Slovakia.
Jan. 2007 The Company established Mobis Automotive Czech s.r.o. in the Czech Republic.
Feb. 2007 The Company sold the entire 40.0 percent shareholding it had held in EcoPlastic of Korea.
Feb. 2007 The Company absorbed KASCO, its automotive brake production subsidiary in Korea.
Jun. 2007 The Company acquired 100 percent of the equity in IHL, a supplier of automotive lamps in Korea.
Jun. 2007 The Company sold its propeller shaft business to KPS, which is headquartered in Korea.
Jul. 2007 The Company established Mobis Georgia, LLC of the U.S.A.
Mar. 2008 The Company established Mobis Module CIS in Russia.
Nov. 2008 The Company acquired hybrid vehicle components business from Hyundai Rotem.
Jan. 2009 Mobis Alabama LLC absorbed Mobis Alabama Instrument Panel, LLC.
Mar. 2009 A new lamp plant in Gimcheon started mass production.
Apr. 2009 The Company and Samsung LED signed a contract to develop jointly LED headlamps and modules.
Jun. 2009 The Company absorbed Hyundai Autonet co., Ltd.
Jun. 2009 The Company signed a strategic partnership with Continental Automotive of Germany.
Sep. 2009 The Company set up a module production facility in Czech Republic.
Jan. 2010 The Company established HL Green Power Co. as a joint venture with LG Chem Ltd.
Mar. 2010 The Company set up a module production facility in Georgia, U.S.A.
Feb. 2012 The Company established Mobis Automotive and Module Industry Trade Co - Joint Stock Company in Turkey.
Nov. 2012 The Company completed a module production plant in Brazil.
Dec. 2012 The Company completed a CBS (conventional brake system) plant in Slovakia. 
Mar. 2013 The Company completed Chungju Plant and started production.
May. 2013 The Company established Mobis Parts Miami, LLC in the U.S.
Jul. 2014 The Company established Mobis Parts Canada Corporation in Canada.
Sep. 2014 The Company established Mobis Manufacturing de Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V. (currently called Hyundai Mobis Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V.) in Mexico.
Jan. 2015 The Company established Mobis Automotive System Czech s.r.o. in the Czech Republic.
Mar. 2015 The Company established Cangzhou Hyundai Mobis Automotive Parts Co.,Ltd. in Cangzhou, China.
Jun. 2015

The Company established Chongqing Hyundai Mobis Automotive Parts Co., Ltd. in Chongqing, China.

Jul. 2015 The Company absorbed Mobis Parts de Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V. in Mexico.
Oct. 2016 The Company completed construction of new module plant in Cangzhou, China.
Dec. 2017 Established a production plant in India, Mobis India Module Private Limited
Nov. 2018 The Company established Mobis Hungary Kft. in Hungary.
Jan. 2020 The Company established Mobis US Alabama, LLC.
Dec. 2020 The Company acquired semiconductor division of Hyundai Autoever Corp.
May 2021 Acquired HL Green Power Co.
Oct. 2022 Established MOTRAS and UNITUS, subsidiaries specializing in module and component production, respectively.

Supplemental Information 1

The Hyundai Motor Group's Ratio of Shareholding

(As of Dec. 31, 2022)

Hyundai Motor Group Correlation Chart

The Hyundai Motor Group's Ratio of Shareholding in Automotive Companies

(As of Dec. 31, 2022)

Name of group company


Company in which the company holds shares


Hyundai Kefico

Hyundai Motor - 33.88% - 41.13% 25.35% 100.00%
Kia Corporation - - 17.24% 40.43% 13.44% -
Hyundai Mobis 21.43% - - 15.74% - -
Hyundai WIA - - - 1.88% - -
Hyundai Steel - - 5.84% - - -
Hyundai GLOVIS - - 0.70% - - -

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