Hyundai says its emergency medical services division will buy 10% of Nuna’s equity, adding to its global focus on medical technology.

The carmaker said in a statement that Nuna will focus on safety and quality, and will focus specifically on the urgent care business, including in the U.S. and Canada.

The move comes as the company is considering how to continue to expand its emergency vehicle business, the company said.

Nuna has a reputation for quality care, with its fleet of Nunsies that have been recognized as one of the safest in the industry.

The brand has expanded in recent years to include two vehicles in Europe.

The first is a self-driving car that was unveiled last year.

The second, which will be introduced next year, will have a human driver.

Nunes said it would not be investing in the brand or its product at this time.

The company, which was founded in 2007 and has a global network of medical centers, is also one of only a handful of U.K. brands that sells self-driven medical vehicles.