New Delhi, June 10: Hyundai has confirmed that it will launch the Creta EV in India in January 2025. The Hyundai Creta EV is expected to revolutionize the EV segment in India with its design, features, specifications and range. The Hyundai Creta EV will likely compete with the Maruti eVX and Honda Elevate EV in India.

As per a report of English Jagran, Hyundai has officially announced that it will launch the Creta EV in the Indian market in January 2025. The electric SUV is expected to come with major advancement in the Indian EV market with its advanced features, interiors and performance. Multiple reports also suggest that the Creta EV will likely be available in two variants, which might include Platinum and Signature. The upcoming electric SUV from Hyundai is expected to be priced between Rs 22 to 26 Lakh in India. BMW 5 Series India Launch Expected in June 2024, Company To Introduce BMW 520d 2024 and BMW 530i Trims; Check Expected Price, Specifications and Features.

Hyundai Creta EV Design, Specifications and Features (Expected)

The Creta EV is set to feature a unique exterior design with a closed-off grille and modified front and rear bumpers. The Hyundai Creta EV might come with a charging port located at the front of the SUV. Additionally, it might be equipped with aerodynamically shaped alloy wheels. The electric SUV might boast a unique steering wheel and a redesigned centre console. The interior will likely include a fully digital instrument cluster with an updated interface, a new infotainment screen, a panoramic sunroof, a dual-tone interior theme and a premium sound system. Elon Musk Expresses Gratitude Towards Indian-Origin Engineer at Tesla’s Autopilot Team, Says ‘Without Him, We Would Just Be Another Car Firm’.

The drive selector might be conveniently located on the steering column, similar to the design found in the Kona Electric and Ioniq 5. Hyundai's upcoming Creta EV is expected to use the same electric motor as the base model of the new Kona Electric sold internationally. The Creta EV is anticipated to generate around 138hp and 255Nm of torque from a 45 kWh battery pack.

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