This is an in-depth analysis of the current and future production strategies of the Hyundai Motor Group (HMG), including Hyundai and Kia.
The report focuses on HMG’s overall strategy, key suppliers, and major technological developments. New directions, such as its E-GMP platform for electric vehicles (EVs) and the move into mobility services, are also discussed.
Further to this, HMG’s sourcing processes and preferences are outlined, in addition to its manufacturing and research and development (R&D) footprint and organization.
a) Report summary
b) IHS Markit definitions
c) Company and sales performance
a) Production strategy
b) Component sharing and platforms
c) Levels of vertical integration
a) Purchasing organization
b) Supplier selection
c) Global sourcing
d) Cost reduction strategies
a) Technological positioning
b) Research and development
e) Connected car
f) Lightweighting and materials
l) Traditional powertrain
a) OEM prospects
b) SWOT analysis for suppliers
c) Major suppliers
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