Latest Hyundai Creta EV Spy Shots Offer The Best Look Yet Inside Its Revised Cabin

  • Apr 10, 2024
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The Hyundai Creta EV will get EV-specific cues on its exterior as well as its interior

  • Upcoming Hyundai Creta EV spied on Indian roads.

  • Spy shots reveal EV-specific aero design for the alloy wheels.

  • Cabin details to be slightly different than ICE Creta.

  • Will retain the dual-screen setup but with a different steering wheel.

  • New gear selector spotted mounted to the steering column.

  • Expected to get a claimed range of over 400km. 

Hyundai is in the process of developing an all-electric iteration of its widely favored compact SUV, the Creta, as evidenced by the sighting of its test mule on our Indian roads. Recently, fresh spy shots have surfaced, capturing the all-electric SUV, revealing never-before known details of its interior, which seems to be different from the standard Creta we are familiar with. Let’s take a look at what the spy shots reveal.

Even though the car seen here is highly camouflaged, it is pretty evident that the silhouette is the same, with connected LED DRLs up front. What differentiates it from its internal combustion engined (ICE) counterpart, though, is a set of redesigned aero-specific alloy wheels, which look very similar to the Nexon EV’s.

On the other hand, the interiors reveal that the overall dashboard layout mirrors the 2024 facelift Creta, retaining the same bezel for the 10.25-inch infotainment screen and digital driver’s display. However, a different steering wheel design can be seen, which resembles the one found on the Tucson facelift (sold overseas) as seen in the image below.

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Another thing to notice is the placement of the gear selector, which can be spotted on the steering column, similar to the one found on the Ioniq 5

Regarding the features and equipment list which can be expected besides the screens, dual-zone climate control, ventilated front seats, ambient lighting, wireless phone charging, and panoramic sunroof are anticipated to remain consistent with the ICE-powered Creta. Safety features are expected to encompass six airbags, electronic stability control, a tyre pressure monitoring system, ISOFIX mounts for child seats, and the integration of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).

Specifications regarding the powertrain of the Creta EV remain undisclosed; however, it is anticipated to offer a range exceeding 400 km.

The launch of the Creta EV in our market is projected to take place in 2025 at an introductory price of around Rs 20 lakh (ex-showroom). It will compete with models such as the MG ZS EV and the forthcoming Tata Curvv EV. It will also be a larger alternative to vehicles like the Tata Nexon EV and the Mahindra XUV400.

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