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Hyundai Motor Partners with BTS to Boost Awareness of Carbon Neutrality through Social Media Challenge

Posted October 20, 2021
  • Two social media challenges reach out to younger generation to remind the importance of carbon neutrality
  • The challenges are part of ‘Expecting Generation One’ campaign to promote carbon neutrality and its commitment to achieve net-zero carbon by 2045

SEOUL, October 20, 2021 – Hyundai Motor Company has launched two social media challenges with its global brand ambassador BTS to raise awareness of the importance of carbon neutrality. 

As part of the company’s recently launched ‘Expecting Generation One’ campaign, the challenges present a fun opportunity for the younger generation to take part in the global movement to achieve carbon neutrality. Social media users will dance and create unique contents on social media channels TikTok, Instagram Reels and YouTube Shorts to remind themselves and others about the importance of carbon neutrality and promote environmentally conscious behaviors needed to achieve it. 

“Millennials and Gen Z will play a major role in establishing a carbon neutral society so that future generations can thrive,” said Thomas Schemera, Global Chief Marketing Officer and Head of Customer Experience Division of Hyundai Motor Company. “So, we’ve enlisted BTS and social media influencers to create synergy around this important cause.”

The #Move4Gen1 dance challenge turns the idea of ‘carbon neutrality’ into a series of easy-to-follow movements, demonstrated by BTS. The choreography features a ‘+’ representing already generated carbon emissions and a ‘-’ representing reduced carbon emissions that leads to a ‘0’ representing net-zero carbon emissions to achieve carbon neutrality. 

In the #Pass2Gen1 challenge, participants will relay messages about what they want to pass on to Generation One, the first generation to live in a carbon neutral era. BTS starts off the relay with ‘clean water’, ‘blue sky’, and ‘starlight, and social media users will be given the opportunity to consider the legacy they would like to leave behind as a responsible present generation.

The ‘Expecting Generation One’ global campaign was launched earlier this month to reinforce Hyundai Motor’s recent declaration to achieve net zero carbon in its products and global operations by 2045 through clean mobility, next-generation platforms and green energy. The company plans to roll out more customer communications throughout the remainder of the year.

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About Hyundai Motor Company

Established in 1967, Hyundai Motor Company is present in over 200 countries with more than 120,000 employees dedicated to tackling real-world mobility challenges around the globe.

Based on the brand vision ‘Progress for Humanity,' Hyundai Motor is accelerating its transformation into a Smart Mobility Solution Provider.

The company invests in advanced technologies such as robotics and Urban Air Mobility (UAM) to bring about revolutionary mobility solutions, while pursuing open innovation to introduce future mobility services. 

In pursuit of sustainable future for the world, Hyundai will continue its efforts to introduce zero emission vehicles equipped with industry-leading hydrogen fuel cell and EV technologies.

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http://worldwide.hyundai.com or http://globalpr.hyundai.com

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Contact:

Hee Chon
Global PR Team / Hyundai Motor Company
hee.chon@hyundai.com
+82 2 3464 8507

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