Shell is an innovation-driven global energy company with its headquarters in The Hague, the Netherlands that aims to provide more and cleaner energy solutions to the world.
Shell has a rich history in motorsport. Since the 1920s, Shell has empowered its partners in motorsport programmes as the supplier of fuel and lubricants. As global partners since 2005, Hyundai and Shell enjoy a truly collaborative relationship: remaining true to their roots and committed to excellence. It is a relationship that helps power towards the joined objectives and the learnings gained together on the track are transferred directly to the Shell Helix Ultra lubricants available to Hyundai customers around the world.
Hyundai Mobis, founded in 1977, has transformed into a company specialising in auto parts in 1999, employing more than 30,000 people in 32 production sites in 10 countries and ranking seventh in the global auto parts industry. It continues to develop technologies focusing on modules (chassis, cockpits, front-ends) and core components (braking, steering, suspension, safety, lamps, and electrical equipment), leading the future mobility innovation of autonomous driving, connectivity, and electrification. To this end, the company is actively investing in future new technologies at the Technical Centres (in Korea, the United States, Germany, China and India) and Open Innovation Centres (in the US and China). In particular, it has the world's largest production system for hydrogen fuel cells and is striving to create a hydrogen city by expanding its application and power generation systems from automobiles to various mobility such as drones, trains, and ships.