Hyundai Motor India has inaugurated its new corporate headquarters in Gurugram. The company hopes that this base of operations will pave the way towards seamless development in the sphere of mobility and beyond. They also hope this new HQ will become the ‘centre for the transformation of a better tomorrow.’ So far, 2021 has been a pretty significant year for the Korean giants. First, the industry’s fastest rollout of 10 million cars; second, the successful completion of 25 years in the country; and, of course, the recent launch of the Hyundai Alcazar.
Commenting on the inauguration of Hyundai Motor India’s new corporate headquarters, S.S Kim, MD & CEO, Hyundai Motor India Ltd., said “Harnessing the strength of 25 years of excellence in India, Hyundai Motor India has surpassed yet another significant milestone with the grand inaugurates its state-of-the-art new Corporate Headquarters in the heart of Gurugram. This new building stands as a symbol of Hyundai’s journey of togetherness with the people of India. The new HMI Corporate Headquarters has been built on the tenets of Hyundai’s global vision ‘Progress for Humanity’. With strong commitment towards people and environment, this headquarters will be a focal point of innovation and realise Hyundai Motor India’s vision of ‘Progress for the People, Prosperity for the Planet’. Further, through our strong values and the indomitable spirit of Hyundai, we will nurture new talent at this facility and become the fulcrum of distinction for the transformation of a better tomorrow.”
This spanking new facility has been developed with a total built-up area of over 28,000 square meters, incorporating multiple facets to empower individuals and stakeholders. Through its technological prowess and human-centric vision, Hyundai Motor India has carefully blended together elements that curate an ecosystem abundant with energy, positivity, harmony, nature and technology. The idea is to give employees a ‘home away from home’’ experience.
Hyundai Motor India has invested over $4 billion in India and has 17 regional offices and 2,449 customer touchpoints across India. That’s not all though, Hyundai has some major plans for the future, as well. Hyundai plans to achieve its strategic business direction of becoming a contemporary and technologically-driven brand in India through five strategic pillars – Diversified Business Architecture, Unique Mobility Experience, Smart Manufacturing Factory, Quality Time of Customers, Responsible and Caring Brand.