Hyundai's Upcoming Tata Punch EV Rival To Debut On June 27th

Hyundai to unveil the Inster, a new all-electric micro-SUV soon. Debuting at the Busan International Mobility Show this June, the Inster has been designed to offer a blend of compact size along with electric powertrain. In India, it is likely to lock horns with the Tata Punch EV.
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Hyundai's Upcoming Punch EV Rival To Make Debut On June 27th, 2024

Hyundai has officially teased the Inster, a battery-powered micro-SUV designed for the city streets. This new model is set for its global debut at the Busan International Mobility Show later this month, on June 27th, 2024. In Indian context, it would be comparable to the existing Tata Punch EV.
The name "Inster" itself hints at the car's personality. It combines "intimate" and "innovative," suggesting a car that feels personal and maneuverable. Hyundai positions the Inster as the electric counterpart to its popular Casper model. While details are still emerging, early images suggest the Inster will boast a longer wheelbase than the Casper, potentially offering more legroom and a roomier feel.
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Hyundai positions the Inster as the electric counterpart to its popular Casper model.
Despite these changes, the Inster retains some familiar design elements from its Casper cousin. Look for the signature circular LED daytime running lights and headlights, adding a touch of recognition for Casper fans. However, the Inster also ushers in a new design language for Hyundai EVs. The modern-looking pixelated taillights and turn indicators, reminiscent of the Ioniq 5, hint at a future design direction for the brand.
While Hyundai remains tight-lipped about the Inster's battery and motor specifications, they've revealed an impressive, estimated driving range. The Inster is expected to achieve a maximum of 355 kilometers on a single charge according to the WLTP (Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedures) standard.
While the Inster's global debut is set for later this month, Indian car enthusiasts might have to wait a little longer. Hyundai has hinted at the possibility of an India-specific electric vehicle based on the Exter model arriving sometime next year. Whether it directly adopts the Inster name or takes a different path remains to be seen.
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