Hyundai Elevator Co. Ltd. started making elevators in 1984 and came in to Indonesia in the 1990s (distributed by PT. Superhelindo Jaya). Hyundai elevators are very common in Indonesia.
Here’s the earliest Hyundai elevator in Robinson Apartment, Jakarta (by sumosoftinc). It looks very grotty, I really like it
Here’s another 1990s Hyundai elevator in Pluit Village, Jakarta (video by sumosoftinc).
Some model have metal or glass rounded buttons instead of black square buttons.
(below) Mall Kelapa Gading, Jakarta – metal buttons (by Ray Krislianggi)
(below) Mall WTC Matahari, Serpong – glass buttons (by Dion Daniel)
Some 1990s basic elevator with digital indicators.
(below) Istana Kuta Galleria, Bali
(below) Carrefour MT Haryono, Jakarta (by TheKentaro Light)
Another 1990s Hyundai elevator style.
(below) Prima Medika Hospital, Bali (west building)
(below) Planet Hollywood Restaurant, Bali (now closed)
2000s to present
In the early 2000s, they started to make new elevators with new fixtures which looks quite modern.
(below) ITC Cibinong, Jakarta (by Orisa Pradito). This is a very rare Hyundai that looks almost similar like Mitsubishi.
Generic-looking Hyundai elevator.
(below) Prima Medika Hospital, Bali (east building)
(below) Grand Indonesia, Jakarta (by Kevin Amadeo)
Standard Hyundai elevator with Type 30 buttons (it’s so rare to find this elevator with these buttons).
(below) Grand Indonesia, Jakarta (by sumosoftinc)
And here’s another current model which is now very common in Indonesia. These mostly have the Type 40 buttons, and have nice chime.
(below) Ping Hotel Seminyak, Bali.
(below) Grand Mercure Harmoni, Jakarta (video by sumosoftinc)
Hospital elevator in Omni Hospital Alam Sutera, South Tangerang (video by sumosoftinc).
Another generic-looking Hyundai elevator (looks much better than the previous generic type).
(below) Avenue of the Stars – Lippo Mall Kemang, Jakarta
There are some other elevators like this found in Indonesia, such as in Lippo Mall Kemang, Fave Hotel Solo, Meritus Hotel Surabaya, and Mulia Resort Bali.
Another standard Hyundai elevator with slightly different indicators.
(below) Bali Dynasty Resort, Bali
(below) Summarecon Mall Serpong I, South Tangerang (video by sumosoftinc)