Hyundai teases

Inster baby EV

Hyundai Inster, 2024, front
Hyundai Inster, 2024, side
Hyundai Inster, 2024, tail
Hyundai Inster, 2024, front, daytime running light
Hyundai Inster, 2024, tail light
Hyundai Inster, 2024, badge

A SET of teaser images has been released by Hyundai show various aspects of its new baby EV which will be called the Inster.

It is based on the company's Casper model which it sold only in Korea but the Inster is due to arrive in Europe by the end of 2024.

With a range of some 220 miles the car is likely to start from around £17,000 although Hyundai is still to confirm precise prices.

The Korean car maker says that the name Inster is derived from ‘intimate' and ‘innovative'.

With a compact SUV-style profile and LED daytime running lights as well as pixel-graphic indicators and tail lamps, the car has plenty of upmarket features.

Hyundai says the Inster will make its global debut at the Busan International Mobility Show in Korea later in June.

The Inster will rival the likes of the Citroen e-C3 and the Dacia Spring as well as others such as the BYD Dolphin and GWM Ora.


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