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Hyundai Teases New Sub-Compact EV INSTER with 355 km Range

Source: Hyundai Motor Company

Seoul, South Korea—Hyundai Motor Company has released the initial official images of its forthcoming A-segment subcompact electric vehicle (EV), the INSTER. 

The name "INTER" is derived from the words "intimate" and "innovative." 

The new vehicle represents a significant advancement from the company's previous offering, the CASPER, which was introduced in 2021 and marked the company's inaugural foray into the Korean market with a petrol-powered vehicle.

Hyundai asserts that the INSTER will elevate the bar in the subcompact electric vehicle (EV) segment, promising enhanced driving range, advanced technology, and safety features. 

The teaser images illustrate a compact SUV profile with distinctive LED daytime running lights, pixel-graphic turn signals, and tail lamps.

Moreover, the manufacturer has indicated that the INSTER is anticipated to have a maximum range of 355 km (WLTP) on a single charge. 

The new subcompact electric vehicle (EV) will debut globally at the Busan International Mobility Show later this month.

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