Hyundai India has opened a new modern corporate headquarters in Gurugram, India, according to Carwale.

The headquarters has several modern features, according to the outlet:

“Hyundai’s newest facility has a total built-up area of over 28,000 square metres that also houses 400 square metres of green wall with live plants, 50kW of rooftop solar panels, a thermal scanning system and many more latest and modern elements.”

“The corporate office is Zone 5 earthquake compatible and boasts some of the latest tech that includes a parking control system with number plate recognition, speed gates, open and flexible seating for employees, and 24 soundproof rooms. Apart from this, it also hosts two business lounges, café lounges, seven video conferencing rooms, meeting rooms, a medical room, a women relaxation room, a multipurpose hall with collapsible seating for 144 individuals, and a canteen with a capacity to seat 300 persons.”

“Lastly, Hyundai has envisioned making its headquarters future-ready by equipping it with 14 EV charging stations – three DC fast chargers and 11 AC chargers. With an investment of over $ 4 billion, Hyundai India has 17 regional offices and 2 449 customer touchpoints across India.”