Chip-maker NVIDIA Corp announced on Monday that Hyundai Motor Group will use the NVIDIA DRIVE in-car infotainment system for all Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis models starting in 2022.
NVIDIA said Hyundai's Genesis division of luxury cars is already using the NVIDIA engine for the GV80 and G80 models.
The chip-maker declined to say how many vehicles the NVIDIA DRIVE will be installed in but said it was a large number, citing the fact that in 2019 Hyundai Motor Group shipped more than 7 million vehicles.
Hyundai Motor Corporation is the principal company of the Hyundai Motor Group and Kia Motors is its sister company.
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NVIDIA DRIVE includes hardware and software components and uses artificial intelligence to improve user experience. NVIDIA said the software can be upgraded "perpetually", giving vehicles the latest in AI cockpit features.
NVIDIA said it is also working with Mercedes-Benz, Audi AG, and Honda Motor Co on in-vehicle infotainment systems.
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