Welcome to AutoThrust® India, the ultimate destination for car enthusiasts! Our blog is dedicated to providing the latest news, reviews, and insights on the world of automobiles. From sleek sedans to powerful pickups, we cover it all. Join us as we explore the thrilling world of cars and share our passion for everything automotive.
Hyundai Creta EV is in works and recent spy shots during testing reveal that it takes design cues from the updated Creta model. The electric version has unique features like a closed-off front ‘grille’ that might house a charging port, similar to the Kona Electric. The spy shots also show new aerodynamic 17-inch wheels, with the possibility of 18-inch ones.
Inside, the Creta EV is expected to be similar to the updated model but might borrow some design elements from the Ioniq 5. It will run on a 45kWh battery from LG Chem, slightly smaller than competitors but larger than the Nexon EV. The estimated range for the Creta EV is around 450km on a full charge (Certified and not real world).
The electric motor in the Creta EV is likely to be the same as the entry-level Kona EV, providing about 138hp and 255Nm of torque. This makes the Creta EV Hyundai’s third electric vehicle for the Indian market.