Hyundai has unveiled Inster, its all-new A-segment sub-compact EV offering a unique design, an extended driving range, and a suite of advanced technologies. The EV was revealed by the OEM at the 2024 Busan International Mobility Show in South Korea.

Inside, Inster’s infotainment system presents both a 10.25-inch digital cluster, and a 10.25-inch infotainment touchscreen with navigation and a wireless charging dock. Together, these features form part of a compact center console that Hyundai has designed to instill a greater sense of spaciousness.

In terms of performance, the new EV offers an estimated maximum range of 220 miles (355 kilometers), on its Long-Range model, with an estimated energy consumption of 15.3 kWh/100 km (WLTP). When using a 120 kW DC High-Power charging station, Inster is capable of charging from 10 to 80 percent in around 30 minutes (under optimal conditions).

The Hyundai Motor Company confirmed that it plans to debut Inster on the Korean automotive market in summer 2024, with subsequent launches planned for the Europe, Middle East, and Asia Pacific regions in due course. Specifications for each of these regions will, likewise, be confirmed closer to launch.

Inster will launch first in Korea this summer, followed by Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific in due course. Specifications for these regions will be confirmed closer to launch.