- The new mobile workplace variant of Hyundai Motor’s luxury motor coach Universe to enable teams to remain productive while on the move and at remote locations
- Universe Mobile Office’s optimized floor plan facilitates individual work, group collaboration and storage to maximize work efficiency
- Options include standard 10-seater, 13-seater with collaboration space, 13-seater with expanded office space and 13-seater with separate seat configurations
Hyundai Motor Company today announced the launch of its Universe Mobile Office, a variant of its Universe luxury passenger bus for the Korean market that enables teams to remain productive while on the move and at remote locations.
Hyundai Motor developed Universe Mobile Office by thinking of the bus as a smart mobility solution, not just as a means of transportation. With this model, the company aims to lead the motor coach sector with a customized solution that takes remote work to the next level of mobility and luxury.
The vehicle’s interior uses the harmony of curves and straight lines to create an open-air office ambience with three distinct seating areas with premium yet practical design elements, such as semi-automatic blinds and light-colored laminated floors.
The group collaboration space at the front maximizes collaboration efficiency by arranging a video conferencing system, foldable conference table, sofa seating and custom-made storage.
The personal workspaces in the middle are equipped with premium reclining seats, tables, wireless charging pads, individual entertainment systems and personal storage spaces to create a comfortable environment for work and relaxation in transit.
Universe Mobile Office is available in three options, including standard 10-seater, 13-seater (12+1) with group collaboration space in the front, 13-seater (12+1) with expanded office space, and 13-seater (11+1+1) with separate seat configurations for transit and collaboration.
The company first exhibited the mobile office with various separate workspaces as well as passenger seating at the 2021 Seoul Mobility Show.