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Hyundai Inster: New Electric Sub-Compact SUV Debuts with Impressive Features

Hyundai Inster
Hyundai Inster

Hyundai is entering the global market with a new electric car, the Inster. It’s a sub-compact SUV that bridges the gap between A-segment and B-segment vehicles. While its classification might be technical, what truly matters is its capabilities.

The Inster comes in two battery options: a standard 42 kWh and a Long-Range 49 kWh. This translates to a range of up to 300 km for the standard version and a targeted 355 km for the Long-Range, perfect for city driving but not quite reaching the maximum range of larger electric cars.

To compensate, the Inster boasts fast-charging capabilities, reaching 80% battery life in around 30 minutes. It also includes an 11 kW charger for standard charging needs. Powering the Inster is a single electric motor, with the standard version offering 95 horsepower and the Long-Range bumping it up to 113 horsepower.

Hyundai Inster

Hyundai Inster (Hyundai)

Both variants deliver 147 Nm of torque. Uniquely, the Inster comes with bi-directional charging, allowing it to power electric equipment you bring on your adventures or even receive a charge from them if needed. Debuting at the 2024 Busan International Mobility Show, the Hyundai Inster is a head-turning electric vehicle with a bold design that might just win you over.

Borrowing the silhouette of its Casper sibling, the Inster boasts a compact SUV profile with unique details that set it apart. From the “circuit board-style” bumper to the eye-catching pixelated LED lights and two-tone paint option, Hyundai isn’t shying away from quirky features.

While the exterior might be a conversation starter, the interior prioritizes space and functionality. Expect a surprisingly roomy cabin with a center console, dual 10.25-inch digital displays for infotainment and instruments, and a wireless charging pad.

Hyundai even offers a bench seat option for the front row, along with multiple folding configurations for maximum cargo flexibility.

With a global rollout planned, the Inster is set to hit the roads of South Korea this summer, followed by Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia-Pacific region. Stay tuned for further details on specifications and pricing for each market, and keep an eye out for the upcoming Inster Cross variant designed for adventure seekers.

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