The 2020 Guangzhou Motor Show is currently underway in China. This event will continue till 29 November. Various car companies of the world are coming to the motor show to showcase their models. These include Hyundai. Hyundai has showcased its electric car Mistra at the Guangzhou Motor Show. It is a mid-size segment sedan and is designed exclusively for the Chinese market. The Mistra will be officially launched in early 2021.
It is being claimed that Hyundai Mistra will be able to cover a distance of 520 km on full charge. The Mistra is being developed by Beijing Hyundai. This car can be charged 30-80 percent in just 40 minutes, while it takes 9.5 hours to be fully charged with a slow charger.
Creta-like front look
Talking about the look of the electric car, the front of the Mistra has a wide cascading radiator front grille, LED headlamps with chrome finish. The car’s front look is very similar to the 2020 Hyundai Creta. Dual-tone alloy wheels and LED taillights are provided in the rear, which are connected through a bar. The wheelbase of the car is 2770 mm.
Talking about the interior, the Mistra is equipped with many features. The car has a 12.3 inch digital instrument cluster, 12.3 inch infotainment system and driver assistance systems. The Mistra also has a panoramic sunroof and surround view monitor. Safety features include forward collision avoidance system, highway driving assistance, navigation based cruise control and rear cross-traffic alert etc.
Engine and battery pack
The Mistra has a 1.8-liter engine, which generates 141 hp power and 176 Nm of torque. Another engine option is a 1.5-liter unit, which generates 168 hp power and 252 Nm of torque. The Fully Electric Mistra variant has a battery pack of 56.5 kWh. The car’s output is 181 hp and 310 Nm through the front-wheel-drive electric motor provided in the electric variant.