IF Design, one of the most prestigious design organizations in the world, gave Hyundai 14 awards. And Hyundai's E-Pit Fast Charger, whose designs were awarded, won the gold award. Receiving awards in areas such as application, mobility and architecture, Hyundai also stood out with its concepts.
Hyundai Motor Company has achieved incredible success by winning multiple awards at the world famous IF Design awards. The E-Pit Ultra Fast Charger, developed for electric vehicles, left its mark on this organization, which is considered as very prestigious awards. This special charging system, which won the "Gold Award", draws attention with its appearance and aesthetic lines as well as its functionality.
Gold Award: E-Pit Ultra Fast Charger
The gold award, the top tier, was awarded to the Hyundai E-Pit ultra-fast charger this year. Generally solving problems such as long cables, complex operating principles and the charge level that cannot be monitored instantly, Hyundai also offers users a superior experience in terms of hygiene. Inspired by Formula 1 pit stops, the Hyundai Design Center offers electric car owners fast, easy, convenient and first-class services, providing E-Pit stations. This station, which is extremely simple to use, is also very impressive with its design.
Winning the iF Design Award seven times in a row in the organization where the designs of about 10.000 new products were examined, Hyundai also achieved success in various disciplines such as 10,25 inch digital display user interface, communication, architecture and professional concept. Winning an award for the first time in brand communication, Hyundai made changes in its logo under the "Security First" theme, which it used especially in the Covid-19 process, and separated the H figure shaking hands with each other. Hyundai also won awards with its organizers and agendas prepared with its corporate logo and fonts. Drawing attention in terms of layout and readability, these designs highlight the advanced corporate identity of the brand.
In addition, these agendas prepared with waste materials from vehicle scrapyards are completely environmentally friendly. Winning an award for its “Road to Sustainability” report, Hyundai chooses a single color in its stylish book, while at the same time using environmentally friendly recycled paper and less ink and paint.
Receiving an award with the TV channel “Channel Hyundai”, Hyundai instantly shares detailed information about automobiles, the latest developments in motorsports and content such as culture and arts thanks to this smart application it developed.
Hyundai's mobile vehicle application Bluelink also received an award from IF Design. Providing an uninterrupted connection between the vehicle and the user, this system provides convenience to the user while driving in terms of infotainment and enhanced usability.
Hyundai Motor Company Global Training Center also received an award in the architectural category. Focusing on education for the automotive industry, this facility attracted the attention of designers with its lighting, ventilation and metal façade system.
Winning an award with its "Prophecy" concept, Hyundai aims to add more value to daily life and experiences by establishing a strong emotional bond between people and automobiles. The aesthetic exterior design, far from ordinary, consists of longitudinal aerodynamic lines. Including smoother transitions in the interior, Hyundai also uses electrification technology in this special concept.