Over the past few years, car information and multimedia systems have made a significant breakthrough in development. Their interface has become more complex, and a large number of animations and 3D effects are used. And the number and size of the displays themselves have also increased, so for the proper operation of these systems, powerful iron is needed.

New Hyundai models demonstrate that Koreans understand well the importance of quality software for users. Currently, their multimedia systems are among the best on the market. However, Hyundai is not going to stop and is looking for new ways to improve.

In particular, the company announced that Samsung Exynos Auto V920 chips will be responsible for the operation of next-generation information and multimedia systems. This will be the first cooperation between the Korean giants in the automotive field. We will be able to see its first results in 2025.

The Exynos Auto V920 is the third generation of Samsung chips designed for cars. The company promises flawless transmission of information and support for up to six screens to display high-quality content. The chipset includes 10 Arm cores, an NPU module, supports LPDDR5 RAM, and up to 12 camera sensors.