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Hyundai Inster EV Micro SUV

Hyundai Inster EV Micro SUV

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The electric car market is touching new heights, with established brands uniformly coming up with new variants to woo car enthusiasts. Currently, Tata Motors is leading the top charts in producing electric cars within the boundaries of India. However, Hyundai does not appear to back down in the race and is coming up with several new electric cars. Though the electric Kona from Hyundai created a lot of buzz abroad, it did not click with the Indian electric car market.

Now, the South Korean brand is also getting ready to rollout its new electric car in response. Hyundai just unveiled a new sub-compact EV at the recent 2024 Busan International Mobility Show. This new ‘Hyundai Inster’ electric car the company has put forward as an ideal choice for those who wish to have affordability and high mileage. It has been made available at the framework of any other electric car.

Hyundai has also claimed that this new electric car is going to be record-making in terms of features and technology. The Hyundai Inster EV is inspired by the Casper, which launched in Korea in 2021. The Hyundai Inster electric car comes in a dual-tone exterior along with a black roof. It features a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster and a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment display. The interior, which promises to come loaded with a number of features usually available on Korean brands, would also bring along spaciousness and extended body and wheelbase for exclusive looks. Other features like wireless charging pad will further enhance appeal and premium feel inside the cabin.

It has front bench seat options, heated front seating, flat-folding seats for all rows, and steering wheel. Second-row seats can also be folding down. There are two options for the battery pack: a low-range 42 kWh battery and a long-range 49 kWh battery.

Headlining the spec sheet once again are the same motor options between both variants. The base variant gets power-rated at 97 BHP, and the long-range variant is rated at 115 BHP. The torque figures are at 147 Nm for both. For mileage, while the long-range does a total of 355 km on a complete charge, the standard variant does 300 km. The top speed of the standard is 140 km/h, while that of the long-range is up to 150 km/h.

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