June 15, 2024

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Here is another spy shot of the Hyundai Creta Electric

Here is another spy shot of the Hyundai Creta Electric

EV charging station spotted with Hyundai Creta EV going viral


 

Hyundai is working on an all-electric Creta version, expected to hit the market between 2024 and 2025. It’s been a long time since we’ve seen a Hyundai Creta EV prototype. The upcoming Hyundai Creta EV has already caused a stir among SUV fans. Hyundai has now reported testing the Creta EV on Indian roads. An electric version of the SUV, likely a testbed for Hyundai’s upcoming mass-market EV, was recently spotted, this time at a charging station. And now there are reports that a Hyundai Creta EV test mule was spied on during a test drive in Karnal, Haryana. And spy shots spread across social media sites at lightning speed. A Hyundai Creta EV charging at an EV charging station was first captured by RushLane.

 

 

The Hyundai Creta EV test unit connected to an EV charging station is shown in a spy image. Interestingly, this Creta EV test mule had no camouflage and looked very similar to the ICE model. The test mule was the same gray color as before, had the same design as the existing Creta (no tailpipes, of course), and, unlike other EVs, lacked an external charging port. Instead, the charging cable was plugged straight into the electric SUV’s hood. The test mule had the same floor-mounted battery pack as the test mule we saw earlier.

However, Hyundai plans to add different front and rear bumpers at the official launch to show the design difference from the standard model. The electric vehicle produced by the company will reportedly be inspired by the upcoming Crete facelift. The production model will also have a charging port at the front.

 

 

 

There is a good chance that the Creta EV will share a powertrain with the Kona EV from India. In addition to its front charging port, this EV is also built on the Hyundai E-GMP platform and consists of a range of advanced technologies. This platform is similar to the one used in the Ioniq 5, Ioniq 6, and Kia EV6 autos.

 

The Creta EV has a 327V architecture, a 39.2kWh battery pack, and a 134hp, 395Nm electric motor. The South Korean automaker claims a 452km range with its Kona EV on a single charge. The Creta EV could therefore have similar performance and range. Hyundai’s key priority should be the Creta EV’s safety, as well as the modern equipment installed in the Creta EV. The electric SUV could have a panoramic sunroof, ventilated front seats, an electric driver’s seat, a large infotainment screen with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, six airbags, and ADAS technology. The Creta EV SUV competes with the Nexon EV Max, MG ZS EV, and Mahindra XUV400.

 

 

The Creta EV is not the first car to be modified from its ICE counterpart, as it has been done in the past. For its EV portfolio, Tata follows the same strategy as it does for its conventional vehicles. There are several reasons for this, including their lower cost and the fact that they do not require the development and production of a new vehicle from the ground up. 

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